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.

14th December 2012

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Day twenty-one. 

Time to pull myself together, I think.

Day twenty-one.

Time to pull myself together, I think.

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15th July 2012

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Day seven.

Day seven.

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8th July 2012

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Day four.

Day four.

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9th May 2012

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Day three. Working with the nylon thread is pretty excruciatingly slow, especially since I’m working with four-strands. I spend most of the time either re-threading the needle or pulling individual strands through.

Day three. Working with the nylon thread is pretty excruciatingly slow, especially since I’m working with four-strands. I spend most of the time either re-threading the needle or pulling individual strands through.

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6th May 2012

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Day two.

Day two.

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