About:
Silvie Kilgallon is a conceptual artist working chiefly in embroidery and ceramics. Currently she is engaged in a project to translate all twenty-four books of the Iliad. This blog is the documentation of her progress through the project.

19th April 2012

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Day fifty-four. I took a day off going to get replacement threads for those that ha mysteriously vanished. I expect to be mostly finished with this today, bar two names which I can’t fill in until I can figure out who the father is, which may take a couple of days. I’ll be getting the even weave for the next piece tomorrow, and starting it regardless.

Day fifty-four. I took a day off going to get replacement threads for those that ha mysteriously vanished. I expect to be mostly finished with this today, bar two names which I can’t fill in until I can figure out who the father is, which may take a couple of days. I’ll be getting the even weave for the next piece tomorrow, and starting it regardless.

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