Charting a day’s chatter in sound bites – what does it look like?

I’m interested in the different ways information may be offered to give an accurate impression of what took place for both participants and the casual observer.

This is the conversation of the Stitched Time Project members on Wednesday 30th July 2014 in sound bites:

Artistic survival
Batik
Laura Bates Everyday Sexism Project
Authorship embedded within the hierarchical
The multiplicity of experiences
The Princess Syndrome
The artist-unifier
Dancing around the pony-tail issue
Persistence wins through
Blogfest – both pain and reward
Cats
Keep the boring interesting
Selling work
Axis
Rhythm
Work wear
USA shipping
Polyester thread – red, incandescent, hovering haze
Chinese rice paper; sturdy and flimsy
Embrace the ephemerality of paper
Stitched stories
Mice experiment on humans
Photographing crowds
Clothes as signifiers
Unravelling completion of scroll no.2
Translate
Limbo Margate
Collaboration verses solo artist
Learning log

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