Assignment Two: Comfort

Assignment,Knot making,Submission — Hojae Jung @ 5:09 am

Assignment Two:

Assignment,Knot making — Nicole Anderson @ 1:25 pm


(My documentation is not very good. At all. Apologies)

A simple swing installed between walls, that suspends me just below the ceiling and just above the ground, existing between multiple somewheres.

This is my party, and you aren’t invited.

This is not yours, this is for me.

Do not try to find me, I don’t know if I want to be found.


Knot making,Reference — lindsay cavallo @ 1:16 pm

While this knot museum isn’t exactly in walking distance, it was fun to browse through the website.  It’s always so interesting to find people or places so devoted to something we often see as trivial or unimportant.

Here ya go.

Assignment 2: Comfort

Assignment,Knot making,Submission — lindsay cavallo @ 1:00 pm

After over twelve hours straight of tying knots, I was glad the prompt was comfort.


Assignment 2: Comfort

Assignment,Knot making,Submission,Technique — Melissa Bryan @ 12:58 pm

Assignment 2: Comfort

Assignment,Knot making,Submission — Isabelle Jiang @ 11:16 am


Assignment 2: Weight Support

Assignment,Knot making — carolinavogt @ 1:11 am

Blood Sweat and Tears from Carolina Vogt on Vimeo.

Assignment 2: A Red Ball of Yarn

Assignment,Description,Knot making — Jean Kwon @ 12:56 am

For this piece, I was inspired by Shinkichi Tajiri’s Friendship Knot. To turn something we trivialize into something so grand and big instantly grabbed my attention. We tend to do things, wear things, get things without paying attention to where they came from and why they were created. It makes us sit still and think for awhile of the things we trivialize. That’s what I got from Tajiri’s Friendship Knot. Similar to that piece, I wanted to display something we trivialize in public in its unconventional size to make people perceive something that has very small presence in our lives differently.

This Red Ball of Yarn has a deeper conceptual meaning. There is a single knot made in the center and the threads are just wrapped around that knot. This continuous ravel of the threads represents both connection and complication in relationships. And for people to interact with this piece in public in playful manner lets people forget about all the small complications in life.


Assignment2: comfort

Assignment,Knot making,Submission,Uncategorized — rachel.june.park @ 11:56 pm



Assignment 2: Comfort


For this assignment I drew inspiration from a fable I remember fondly from my youth, Aesop’s  ‘The Lion and the Mouse’. In this fable, a mouse proves he is more worthy than he appears by chewing a lion free from a rope trap.


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