Monthly Archives: June 2011

Public Space and Exchange

Here is a lovely article about a knitting group that takes place in a library in canada, the researchers observe that the intersection between the social activity of knitting and the library as a public place of stories and story telling allows for a rich exchange beween the knitters. Purls_of_wisdom

Ethnography as research OR practice

We’ve been reading a lot about ethnography as a research tool in both art and anthropology and debating the different methods and aims when using ethnography for such different endeavours.

Reading this article by Mark Westmoreland has provided much food for thought.

Twitter art

http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/blog/icreative-time-tweetsi-puts-public-art-both-on-and-offline

Artists & Libraries

On Friday 3rd June, as part of our cloud research, banana asylum attended a symposium on artists in the library. Here is a list of some projects undertaken by artists with a fascination for libraries, archives and books.

Library of Secrets

The Quiet Volume

Future Editions

Book Arts

Banana Asylum are also inspired by the work of the human library movement.

The human library

and the inspirational city project

Ciudades Paralelas

Gallery

Head quarters – Conexiones Improbables

This gallery contains 4 photos.