Domestic Machinery is a reaction on the reversion
on pre-industrial craftsmanship; in this case knitting.
Domestic Machinery acts as a conversation piece.
It shows one of the most useless occupations in a new way.
It is not the result which is important in Domestic Machinery
but the process.
Place your critter in the wheel and encourage
the animal in a friendly manner to run.
The machine will then knit a small cable.
Results may vary.
Edition: 3 + 1 PR + 1 A.P.
Photography: Mark Sturkenboom
Material: 14kt goldplated brass, compressed wood, wool
various parts and gears
Size: 30*25*25 cm / aprox 1,5 kg