Flaneur’s Gallery: Knit Graffiti by the Jafagirls

The Jafagirls gave me a guided walking tour of their textile art installations. Some of it is in this video montage, and some of it I had seen (and touched) before, but I had no sense of the scope of their project until they took me around the block, literally. I’ll have more to say about it. For now, I am thrilled that I don’t have to pine for street art in Paris (à la Miss Tic and the Ethics of Love). I can stroll anytime to the end of the street where I live. It’s a perfect place for flânerie. Thanks, Corrine and Nancy!

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4 Responses to Flaneur’s Gallery: Knit Graffiti by the Jafagirls

  1. jafabrit says:

    so glad you enjoyed the tour :) although I am not sure we can make up for Miss Tic, her work is FAB!

  2. Mark Willis says:

    Miss Tic will flourish on her own streets — as the Jafagirls flourish on theirs!~

  3. Ms Modigliani says:

    This street art is colourful, fun and engaging. Can’t wait for my next visit to Yellow Springs to experience some of it.

  4. Mark Willis says:

    You will find surprises in familiar places. The Jafagirls have turned Dayton Street into a flaneur’s gallery – no museum guards, and it never closes!

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