Here are the final images from crochet artist OLEK‘s time in New Delhi working on a massive project for the ongoing St+art Delhi Street Art Festival. Within the first few days of her arrival in India, Olek held workshops on crochet techniques with volunteers and women from several different organizations.
Olek, whose work often examines sexuality, feminist ideas and the evolution of communication is collaborated with a number of other volunteers to crochet thousands of meters of yarn and fabric at a workshop in South Extension.
This project aimed to bring attention to the temporary night shelters “Raine Basera” which have been set up throughout the city. The one-of-a-kind installation is 40ft long and 8 foot high – in the Sarai Kale Khan area of New Delhi.
Thanks to St+art Delhi, we can give you a peek at the making of her final piece.