HD Video, 24fps
18 minutes, 3 seconds

A group of artists explores the act of weaving as a means of navigating questions about ways of living. Their ancient tapestry loom functions as a social sculpture and the idea of the carpet as a transportable garden serves as a starting point.

Camera and EditHeidrun Holzfeind
ColorJames Johnston
Audio PostNemo Hill

Created for Co-Weaving (2021)

Supported by the National Performance Network – Stepping Out, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the framework of the initiative Neustart Kultur, and by the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe.

Screened at Protozone7 (2022) and Weaving Roots (2022)

With: Shannon Cooney, Samuel Draper, Shelley Etkin, Jared Gradinger, Claudia Hill and guests.

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