Tatana Kellner
BLUE LINE
Tatana Kellner BLUE LINE crocheted New York Times bags
Blue Line (in winter)
2009 - ongoing
crocheted New York Times bags
6" x 700 ft

Blue Line is a meditation on the disappearance of the print media as well as a comment on living in a rural area. It is made by crocheting the blue plastic bags New York Time is delivered in to my home. The Blue Line mirrors the small, rural roads which were drawn in blue on the road atlas, another disappearing ‘species’.

Tatana Kellner BLUE LINE crocheted New York Times bags
Blue Line in Washington, DC
crocheted New York Times bags
6" x 600 feet

installed on the Mall in November 2011
Tatana Kellner BLUE LINE acrylic paint, crocheted New York Times blue bags
Blue Line, installation view
2011
acrylic paint, crocheted New York Times blue bags

Installation view, entryway. 2012 Artists of hte Mohawk Hudson Region, University Art Museum, University of Albany.
Tatana Kellner BLUE LINE crocheted New York Times bags, color pencil on paper
Blue Line, installation view,
2001
crocheted New York Times bags, color pencil on paper

Installation view, 2012 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region, University Art Museum, University of Albany.
Blue Line installed on the right side, Into the Woods on the left.
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