Making time tangible

A while ago I featured automatic knitting in the shape of a knitting lampshade and wind-powered knitting and here's another project along similar lines. This design seeks to make time a tangible, physical thing.

German designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen exhibited her 365 knitting clock at DMY International Design Festival Berlin. The circular knitting machine with 48 needles moves clockwise and after one year creates a scarf two meters long.

1 comment:

Impression EMEDIA said...

It’s not easy to blend installation sculpture with functional housewares, but she has done it. I am thoroughly impressed.