AMBIT

Commissioned for the Museum of Object Research exhibition, Neither Use Nor Ornament (NUNO) at OVADA, Oxford. This project was a combination of walking, making and photography.

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Ambit

pays homage

to the the white road,

the long track, those paths that

countless generations of humans

have walked across the earth and are still

walking as they flee the effects of climate change and war.

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...kruse made an object of no use, using fine sock yarn and 3mm needles,

knitting every mile that lay between herself and the other neurodivergent NUNO artists.

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An

inch

of knitting

equalled 1 mile.

488 miles separated the artists.

The central 6 stitches represented the artists, looping together in a cable pattern.

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Several

long distance

walks were undertaken

in the spirit of pilgrimage,

locating herself in the landscape, artistically and personally.

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Lastly, ...kruse walked the 58 miles

from her home to OVADA in Oxford,

carrying the completed object 

to the exhibition

venue.

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The Installation at OVADA

curated by Sonia Boue

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