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Art, Science, and Technology: 2018 NYC Art Residency

Coded Pages
My artist's residency in New York City is going well.  I love integrating art and science in my designs and look forward to creating more.  
After learning how to code my designs on the computer, I decided to make textile books that use new technologies and traditional methods.

Creating handmade books offers a final product that takes students through the multiple layers and steps of design.
I love the mathematical precision that coded designs offer.  I plan to combine the coded designs and embroidery with original hand painted textiles.


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