A Scarf Full Of Memories

Posted in Art, Style
By Sam Bathe on 13 Nov 2007

Since nightfall on 7th November Tatty Devine’s Brick Lane gallery space has been transformed into a Sleeping Beauty fairytale. But as well as a spinning wheel and Rumpelstiltskin, masses of old TV sets and reams of VHS and cassette tapes trouble Tatty’s floor…

Analogue Amnesty by Rachael Matthews (co-founder of Cast Off and owner of Prick Your Finger) is the latest exhibition at Tatty Devine. Combining classic spinning with obsolete technology, Rachael is asking people to drop by with their old VHS and cassette tapes so that their memories can be spun into lovely new wool. On selected evenings, from 7th November 2007 through to 17th January 2008, Rachael and Rumpelstiltskin will be working through the night to make your woollen dreams come true.

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