Knitting creates a number of loops of yarn, known as stitches, in a line or tube. Knitting has a number of lively stitches at the needle at one time. Knitted cloth includes a few consecutive rows of interlocking loops. As every one row progresses, a newly created loop is pulled via a number of loops from the past row, put on the gaining needle, and the loops from the past row are then pulled off the opposite needle.
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Naum Gabo and Anton Pevzner, ‘The Realistic Manifesto’ (1920) M38. 1921) M39. Tristan Tzara and others, ‘Dada Excites Everything’ (1921) M40. Manuel Maples Arce, ‘A Strident Prescription’ (1921) M41. Dziga Vertov, ‘WE: Variant of a Manifesto’ (1922) M42. Theo van Doesburg and others, ‘Manifesto I of De Stijl’ (1922) M43. Vicente Huidobro, ‘We Must Create’ (1922) M44. 1922) M45. Le Corbusier, ‘Toward an Architecture’ (1923) M46. Theo van Doesburg and others, ‘Manifesto Prole Art’ (1923) M47. Tomoshoi Murayama and others, ‘Mavo Manifesto’ (1923) M48.
The art of making manifestos is also the art of appropriation. If the bad poet borrows, and the good poet steals, as T. S. Eliot said, then artist-manifestoists are very good poets indeed. It is also polarizing, or, to put it more delicately, self-differentiating. Artists’ movements and artists’ manifestos typically define themselves against. Intellectually, this causes them no trouble: it is not hard to identify who or what they are against – usually their rivals and predecessors. In this respect the Futurists were unusual only in the sheer comprehensiveness of their condemnation: they were against the past.
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