Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.  The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.   This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.
 Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.   The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.  Essay by Leen Reith available  here   Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.  This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

Over a 10 month period I learnt how to weave and weld used skill-sharing and DIY forms of learning. This exhibition is the outcome of that process. The show was accompanied by one-on-one skill sharing workshops throughout the month.

The process of learning these skills was documented in a book available to read here.

Essay by Leen Reith available here

Collaborative audio work with Rachael Archibald. Production assistance from Llewellyn Millhouse, Anya Swan, James Barth and Alleyne Learmonth.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse.

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