Ready, Steady... Go! 48 hrs to rethink our approach to textiles! Following on in the Re_wind 1026 series, our Glasgow Studio Manager Kirsty Mooney tells us all about RE_SEW, one of the first projects she was involved with when she started out with our team.
This project is very close to our heart at MAKLab as we are big fans of the work of the Glasgow Women's Library, especially at the moment, during these turbulent political times. Our Education & Outreach coordinator Delphine Dallison had previously worked with them during their 21 Revolutions project and we were delighted when they approached us again to ask us to work on the design and manufacture of the commemorative "plaques" to be dotted around the shelves of the library in their new Bridgeton premises.
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How many different materials have you been in contact with today?
Everything from your clothes, electronics, furniture and your surroundings are made of different materials created in different processes, likely from different countries.
How often have you taken some time to appreciate those materials, how cold or warm they are to touch, how they smell, how they feel to bend, break or squish?
It was born out of a love affair between short stories, zines and clunky machinery.
A small group of enthusiasts approached MAKLab to help in the creation of this beautifully crafted canoe. This is a story of who and how.
This summer I was invited to do a month long internship at MAKLab in Glasgow.
I set myself the project of spending the duration of my internship organising a sustainable design event to host through MAKLab.
Nestled away down in our events space Charlotte, also known as ‘Waste of Paint Productions’, has been, other than making a riotous mess, constructing a wonderful and interactive work of art for our window at Charring X.