Edited by Ebru Kurbak
Contributions by Onur Akmehmet, Ekmel Ertan, Lars Hallnaes, Tincuta Heinzel, Mili John Tharakan, So Kanno, Ebru Kurbak, Mark Miodownik, Matthias Mold, Jussi Parikka, Hannah Perner-Wilson, Irene Posch, Fiona Raby, Mika Satomi, Martin Schneider, Rebecca Stewart
What if electronics emerged from knitting, weaving, crochet, and embroidery? Stitching Worlds blends the territories of textiles and electronics by investigating textile techniques as controversial means for manufacturing electronic objects. Bringing together the results of a four-year arts-based research project, the book challenges our assumptions and expectations about technology by revealing unexpected potentials of often-undervalued knowledge and skills.
This book results from the arts-based research project Stitching Worlds carried out between May 2014 and June 2018 at the Department of Industrial Design 2, University of Applied Arts Vienna, and is published in conjunction with the exhibition titled Stitching Worlds, on view at the Angewandte Innovation Laboratory (AIL), Vienna from April 9 through April 27, 2018.
Funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): AR 284-G21 in the Programme for Arts-based Research (PEEK).
The publication also was kindly supported by Europapier.
Berlin 2018, 160 pages, ill., 25 x 19 cm, Softcover, English
The book can be purchased from Revolver Publishing.
- The University Library at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Vienna (AT)
- Winchester School of Art Library at the University of Southampton, Winchester (UK)
The University of Borås Library, Borås (SE)