Posts Tagged ‘Knitting Nation’

Collins Installation in Croatia

Liz Collins (Associate Professor, Textiles) will stage a KNITTING NATION project in Zagreb, Croatia this summer. She has been invited by Domino, a Croatian arts organization, to be in residence for two weeks and to produce a large scale, site specific installation and performance in an old factory by a river in Zagreb, as part […]

"KNITTING NATION Phase 10: Domestic Swarming" Staged in NYC

EVENT POSTPONED – NEW DATE TBA Phase 10 of the KNITTING NATION project will be staged at MoMA Studio: Common Senses, as a response to Fritz Haeg’s Domestic Integrities rug. Artist Liz Collins (Associate Professor, Textiles) and five other knitters will create narrow cords in a spectrum of colors that feed directly from knitting machines […]

Liz Collins + Knitting Nation at ICA, Boston

Liz Collins (Asst Professor, Textiles) and an army of  knitters will take over the ICA’s Barbara Lee Family Foundation Theater. Part ongoing collaborative performance, part site-specific installation project, Knitting Nation explores aspects of textile and apparel manufacturing, serving as commentary on how we interact with machines, global manufacturing, trade and labor, iconography, and fashion. In […]