A file that has nowhere to end

‘A File That Has Nowhere to End’ is a text that was developed during BS projects at HBK Braunschweig 2022/2023. The text accompanies an artist book and both are part of Domestic fantasies(3) body of work. The text revolves around the studio and artistic experiences from the personal point of view. the first part of the text contemplates my artistic and collective work in Egypt over the past two years. That unfolds into the studio experience between Germany and Cairo afterwards. Highlighting the questions which brought out after my visit to documenta15, tracing the time spent in the studio and transferring it into physical forms of knitting and arm knitting. These works was processed while discussing the different meanings of creativity, craft and knowledge over my calls with my mother. Finally I contextualize these questions accordingly to the readings of Annie Albers, Yazan Khalili and Katja Praznik.

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Author:Hagar Ezzeldin
Document Type:Report
Date of Publication (online):06.04.2023
Date of first Publication:06.04.2023

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