Sustainability implications of textile graffiti in public space

Article published in the book Animation of public space through the arts. Toward more sustainable communities
Livraria Almedina 2013 ISBN 9789724053004. p. 175-183.

Textile graffiti is a form of public art linked to the recent resurgence in textile crafts. Textile graffiti includes interventions such as yarn bombing in which artists install knit or crochet works into the urban landscape. Such installations may have a variety of implications from highlighting urban blight to providing insight on the historically masculine nature of urban planning.

I go to work (like a doctor)

Officially launching the GEOGRAFF! website, which will share the progress of my doctoral research at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography at the University of Oslo. The map above shows the 100 km I have already walked in Oslo. I leave you for now with the wise words of Kool Moe Dee.