Tweave was created by Amy Houghton and Ed Holroyd and commissioned by Craftspace.

Tweave maps sound recordings of craft and making to create an evolving thread of sounds. Browse the map by dragging and zooming to see the thread change. Then click ‘Play’ to listen to the recordings.

You can participate in Tweave by uploading your own recordings. We welcome any contributions that record the sounds, conversations and discussions which contribute to, radiate from and surround the process of making.

Many thanks to Kathy Hinde. The concept and technology that form Tweave were first developed while working on her project Twitchr.

Tweave was commissioned to run alongside Taking Time: Craft and the Slow Revolution, a touring exhibition from Craftspace curated with Helen Carnac. You can read more of the research and discussions that have informed the exhibition at the Making a Slow Revolution blog. You can also listen to audio recordings from Russell Martin’s dialogue project Analogue.