indigo rug



Indigo rug is a corresponding activity related to those taking place in Thomas Bernhard’s novel Correction. It is a constant and incessantly growing work, destined to become 20 square meters, resembling the dimension of “the hoeller garret” in the american translation of the novel, the ultimate room for work: ideas, thoughts, writing and correction.

Knot by knot the rug slowly takes the mental and physical shape of a dark indigo space in which time and thinking is embedded and in constant progress.

The indigo rug is handknotted in 20 unique parts with varying tints of indigo dyed wool, following with us wherever we can work, and as a part of MABL’s ongoing activities and performances.