How to Cook a Book, Declan Drisko Knight, Fiber ’23

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    18′ by 12′ by 10′

    double-woven fabrics, desktop and Kinko’s prints of my latest “Shmarchive” images (photographs gone through a printing-scanning process of exposing resolution patterns and layering composition), painted canvas studio curtain, woven bookmarks, a pen, green slips of paper and blue slips of paper, written instructions

    installation of weavings and prints in various states of becoming book-like and participatory book-marking and noun and verb generating for chance-titling images in the formula “how to *verb* a *noun*”

    Declan Drisko Knight is an interdisciplinary craft artist from Los Angeles. His work focuses on the principles of art-making itself – on the pursuit of imagination, on acts of inspiration, and on the connections between thought, material and form/function. With a BFA in Craft from Oregon College of Art & Craft, and an MFA in Print Media from Cranbrook Academy of Art (CAA), Drisko Knight is now pursuing a second MFA in Fibers from CAA through which he is deepening his practices of installation, performance, poetry, sculpture, painting, and, of course, weaving!