Wer mal (wieder) Graffiti nähen und stricken möchte kann diesen Samstag am Workshop „Textile Streetart“ beim Antifee Festival in Göttingen vorbei kommen. Anleitungen und Anregungen für verschiedene Yarn Throwies und das passende Material dazu erwarten euch.
Samstag 8. Juni
13 Uhr, Zelt 1
Antifee – Festival für feministische Gesellschaftskritik
On the 2nd and 3rd october GRL Germany will “Rock the Block” in Berlin-Kreuzberg with three events: blitzTag intervention, LED-Throwie– and Mushroom-Throwie-Workshop. At “Rock the Block” a number of graffiti and urban art related exhibitions, workshops and events will take part for two days between Adalbertstraße and Mariannenstraße. Looking forward to be part of it!
Where we will be:
LED-Throwies, Workshop // 2.10. 17-20Uhr // Kotti-Shop, Adalbertstr. 4 (behind the Library next to the fishstore)
blitzTag/Light Rider // 2.10. ab 21Uhr // Adalbertstraße 2, Library
Mushroom-Throwies, Workshop // 3.10. 12-16Uhr // Kotti-Shop, Adalbertstr. 4 (behind the Library next to the fishstore)
More infos at: backjumps.info
From September 26th to 30th 2011 several members of GRL Germany had the chance to be part of this years International Urban Art Festival “Sexto Asalto“!
Based in the City of Zaragoza in central Spain, graffiti artists from all over Europe and Spain were invited to do walls in the old-town. Graffiti Research Lab Germany was represented with a talk, two workshops (Creative Code and GML) a hand full of mushroom Throwies, the launch of bombIR 2.0 and of course a night out with blitzTag. Here some pictures from a truly inspiring, busy and VERY sunny week!
GRL Germany is participating in Makerplatz and the People in Beta Festival this weekend. Details of our activities below.
Mushroom Throwies | Saturday Oct 1 13:00 + | Planet Modulor Hof (U-bahn Moritzplatz)
Pilz throwies are small textile objects with magnets which can be thrown onto ferro metallic surfaces in and out of reach. This workshop will give you the chance to learn how to sew your own mushroom-shaped yarn throwie. Plant it public space as a soft graffiti intervention!
Light Rider & blitzTag | Saturday Oct 1 | 20:00 + | Moritzplatz area
GRL Germany will bring our mobile projection unit, the Light Rider, to Makerplatz, and light up the walls with laser-based digital graffiti. Connecting the various spaces of the Makerplatz and People in Beta Festival, we’ll provide interactive, light-based options to transform these spaces, allowing the public to use the city as their canvas.
These events are part of Makerplatz & the People in Beta Festival
Yarn throwies are small textile objects with magnets which can be thrown to ferro metallic surfaces in and out of reach. This workshop will give you the chance to learn how to sew your own mushroom-shaped yarn throwie. Take it home or well plant it public space as a soft graffiti intervention!
This workshop is a follow-up event to a previous workshop on Yarn Bombing thanks to which the Yarn Throwie was invented!
All required maretials and tools will be provided. Suitable for sewing-beginners as well as advanced textile hackers!
Workshop: September 8th, 7pm – 11pm, Open Design City
Workshop fee: 6 – 9 Euro
Questions? Mail Semi!
Find this event on facebook.
At August 5th the Light Rider had yet another chance to prove its awesomeness even without light. Thea (näh & werk studio) and C3MY (yarn throwies) loaded the Light Rider with a sewing machine, chairs, mats and materials and rode it to Alexanderplatz. At the spot we set up our small open air sewing workshop including an old Singer sewing machine powered by the Light Riders batteries. Accompanied by music from the bikes sound system a dozen kids and grown-ups joined in in sewing mushroom and monster shaped yarn throwies for the rest of the afternoon.
A shout-out to all our yarn bombing friends out there. We celebrated the day with some local Berlin knitters, decorating the street architecture in Kreuzberg, close to Kottbusser Tor.
GRL Germany member C3MY even invented the ‘Yarn Bomb Throwie’ for the occasion … instructable to follow. More Pics