09 008 Extending Textiles A

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a presentation around extending textile activity to BA Textile students at NUCA. definitions and possibilities - textileness

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09 008 Extending Textiles A

  1. 26. Quipu - Peru
  2. 27. Inca Imperial clerk
  3. 44. Chiyoko Tanaka
  4. 45. Christo
  5. 80. simple looping (close-worked)
  6. 81. loop-and-twist
  7. 82. single interconnected loopng
  8. 83. double interconnected looping
  9. 84. simple knot : overhand
  10. 85. simple knot : opposite face
  11. 86. double crochet stitch
  12. 87. simple linking on a foundation element
  13. 88. linking on an identical foundation stitches not interlocked
  14. 89. loop-and-stitch on a foundation element
  15. 90. knotted loops on a foundation element
  16. 91. interlinking or plaiting
  17. 92. plain weave with tripled warps and wefts called ‘3/3 basket’ or ‘3/3 matt weave’
  18. 93. simple alternating gauze weave
  19. 94. complex gauze weave with vertically aligned groups of four interworking warps
  20. 95. spaced 2 strand S-twist weft-twining
  21. 96. loop-made knotted-weft wrapping
  22. 97. knotted-weft wrapping : loose
  23. 102. Christo
  24. 103. Tracey Emin
  25. 104. Ron Muick
  26. 105. Boyd Webb
  27. 106. Tony Ousler
  28. 107. Yoko Ono
  29. 108. Joseph Beuys
  30. 112. Fred Sandback
  31. 114. Mitsuo Toyazaki
  32. 115. Christian Boltanski
  33. 116. Caroline Broadhead
  34. 117. Andy Goldsworthy

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