Shaping Reality – video of knitted artworks with musical score
Shaping Reality is a fanciful exploration of shapes through images of four knitted artworks, each of which is based on either a sphere or a cube. The simple shapes transform into a series of more complex objects and scenes, suggesting that the foundations of our complicated reality may be simpler than we believe. As the shapes morph into each other in surprising ways, we are also reminded that all things in our world are connected…as in this video all things are ultimately connected by a single strand of dancing, wandering yarn.
Shaping Reality premiered on April 26, 2019 accompanying the world premiere of Jeffrey Rathbun’s Shapes for bassoon and piano.
“Rathbun’s polychordal and ostinato-driven music beautifully matched the artist’s video Shaping Reality, which featured unspooling yarn metamorphosing into stunningly distorted cubes and spheres based on her fantastically precise, poster-sized ‘image knits.'”
—David Kulma, ClevelandClassical.com
From Image to Knit
Want to know how an Image Knit is made? Here’s my process, from creation of the original design to completion of a finished knitted artwork.
Freedom: Art as the Messenger artwork video feature
A brief interview about my artwork, filmed right before the Freedom exhibition opened in April–see interviews with other artists here.
Breaking Barriers: Art as the Messenger – panel discussion at the Cato Institute
On April 17, 2019 I participated in a panel discussion at the Cato Institute about the exhibition Freedom: Art as the Messenger.
The video is not embedded here, but you can see the recorded livestream of the conversation at https://livestream.com/cato/events/8626241.