Lisa Anne Auerbach taught herself to knit from a library book after completing grad school. Her publications include American Homebody, Saddlesore, and The Casual Observer (with Daniel Marlos). She teaches photography at USC and LACC and knitting to anyone even vaguely interested.
David Basken lives in Hamamatsu, Japan. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He enjoys wrestling, Hello Kitty charms, long nights of drinking, and well-fitting suits, and he hopes to pursue a PhD in English.
Lisa Bennett likes ice cream, knitting, water, pizza and swimming. She is interested in making artwork that deals with the difficulties of communication and ridiculous obsessiveness integrated into mundane activities.
Tanya Bezreh is a video artist, writer and designer. She has written on her favorite topic, formalism of technological media, for ArtByte, The Village Voice, Art New England, Rhizome, and in her zine newcenturyschoolbook.com. Her musical "Naughty Garden" was featured on HBO Real Sex.
Scott Bodenner is a weaver living in Brooklyn and likes dudes in rockets.
Tim Brown runs a gallery in Kansas City called Telephone Booth Gallery.
Liz Collins is a designer who creates knit and knit-constructed apparel, costumes and sometimes, home fashions. She also teaches in the textile department at Rhode Island School of Design.
Emily Drury lives in New Hampshire and teaches art at Conval High School. She also weaves and knits, and spins yarn from her pet rabbit.
Staceyjoy Elkin is a lifelong messer-arounder with string, who reinvented finger knitting in the back seat of her mother's GTO as a child. She owns RedLipstick boutique in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.
Lise Hosein is pursuing her PhD at the University of Toronto, in the area of Canadian contemporary art. Her writing has appeared in Canadian Art magazine, and she has written for various galleries in Toronto including Mercer Union Centre for Contemporary Art and Archive Inc.
Lovid (comprised of Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus) scrambles ordinary TV output into hyperkinetic audiovisual abstraction using homemade electronic devices and various repurposed analog instruments. LoVid has been exhibiting, performing, and screening work in festivals, galleries, art and music venues, squats, museums, and apartments across the US and Europe.
Jeaneen Lund is a photographer who lives in Los Angeles.
Bridget Marrin is a model maker and artist living in Los Angeles. She worked at the Museum of Jurassic Technology for many years making models and other objects for display. Her models have been displayed in museums and galleries around the world most notably the Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum in Germany, the UCLA Fowler Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.
microRevolt is a collective of knit hobbyists and anti-sweatshop activists. Their projects investigate the dawn of sweatshops in early industrial capitalism to inform the current crisis of global expansion and the feminization of labor.
Taylor Painter-Wolfe is a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute Fiber Department. She's also the chicken in the band The Ssion. When she's not knitting Mardis Gras costumes for Seth and Foot-Foot, she's making other nice things with thread.
Christopher Ryan Ross was educated at the Cooper Union School of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design.
Kathryn Ruppert-Dazai graduated in the Interdisciplinary Arts Department from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 1997. She has exhibited with galleries in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Ottawa, Tokyo and San Diego.
Kate Scott is a writer, photographer and aspiring urban planner who co-founded Ginger Journal, an international thematic literary and arts print publication. Kate graduated from Brown University in 1999 and speaks Amharic.
Megan Whitmarsh lives in Highland Park, California with her husband and a borrowed dog. She likes to garden and is scared of driving.
Alice Wu is an artist and fashion designer. She received her MFA in Sculpture from Yale University. Alice and co-conspirator Moriah Carlson are behind the label Feral Childe, which has performed in New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo.
Ninh Wysocan's clothing collection is based on the ideals of the "Arts and Crafts" movement founded by William Morris. Her work is multidisciplinary ranging from clothing and furniture to jewelry design, with a strong emphasis on detailed hand-work.
KnitKnit 4 was designed by Kevin O'Neill.