The fabulous store Atomic Pop in Baltimore recently hosted a book reading with KnitKnit author Sabrina Gschwandtner, which also featured artist Laure Drogoul’s amplified knitting project. As the Baltimore Sun notes:
Depending on the knitters’ numbers, their speed and Drogoul’s soundboard manipulations of wooden, plastic and steel needles, both fat and slender, a unique acoustic universe is revealed. It may conjure the echoing footsteps of someone spelunking blindly in a cavernous room. Or it may evoke the collective heartbeat of a knitting bee, lost in the repetitive rhythm of handiwork.
More info at the Baltimore Sun online. Link.