Talk by So Kanno on 01.04.2014 at Knit/Hack/Craft in Berlin at ETIB First ever public talk about the Brother KH 970 Hack!
Thank you for making Knit/Hack/Craft happen. I am especially grateful for Fabienne´s support and multiple hosting and demos as well as to workshop hosts, talkers and exhibition contributors: Steve Conklin, Susan Spencer, Patricia Ricci, So Kanno, Verena Kuni, Sam Meech, Bitcraftlab, Trafopop, Grafitti Research Lab Germany, Alexandra Golobordko, Sekundärschick, Veronika Persche, Mathematica Botanica, Nora Peters, … Continue reading
Our Exhibition is OPEN! Come, see, touch! Unsere Ausstellung ist ERÖFFNET! Kommt, seht, fühlt! Opening Times/Öffnungszeiten: Wed 4-9pm Thu 4-9pm Fri 3-9pm Sat 12-9pm
Our doors are opening to present the exhibition of exceptional, geeky, funny and beautiful objects from artists Nukeme, Rita Zepf, glitchaus, vlp designs, fbz, katharina krenkel, botanica mathematica, Veronika Persché, Varvara&Mar, Claire Williams and more. Join us at 4pm for the opening and at 6pm for So Kannos Talk about his glitchproject and hacking … Continue reading
Nukeme is a designer well known for his glitch project in embroidery and especially in knitwear. Together with So Kanno he used a hacked knitting machine for the glitch project to creat faulty patterns. He has now taken things a step further and used dropped stitches/loops to create patterns (which I think is so absolutely … Continue reading
`Twas cold and snowy on the 31st of January but many braved the elements to come to our expert summit! It was great to get together with new people and share experiences. Unfortunately Nukemes flight got delayed (Schnief!) and he didn´t manage to come. But hey that happens in this kind of weather. We´re so … Continue reading
In october we had a little ad hoc expert summit with interesting people who were currently in Berlin. Now there are so many interesting events happening at the same time like the transmediale, cmt, fashion week, berlinale etc that many artists and experts are in berlin. So we thought it would be nice to have … Continue reading