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Collaboration at SETC

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Collaboration at South End Technology Center

 

 

I visited @zackboston at the South End Technology Center for inspiration and collaboration. She shared her time, knowledge and resources with me.

 

TurtleStitch

 

We ran a Dragon Curve (iterative) example from the site on a Ellageo Plus embroidery machine.

 

http://www.turtlestitch.org/view/1438095673911

 

 

 

We converted a TurtleArt procedure I programmed for Cynthia Solomon's birthday into an embroidered design.

 

 

 

We also used the vinyl cutter to create a fifteen inch tall sticker of the flower for the hood of my car.

 

 

 

 

Remixes

 

Susan shared a number of remixes that she and the students made of my work.

 

 

 

Their 3D printed LED diffusers improved on my design: multicolor LEDs that cycle and the LED fits snugly in a hole in the model, better illuminating the diffuser throughout the model. Laser cut felt is so tight and accurate.

 

 

The sugar skull design around which we collaborated to produce a 3D printed stamp and digital assets was jaw-droppingly beautiful embroidered on denim. I can't wait to applique this to a coat.

 

 

New Work

 

I used Autodesk 123D Catch to make a 3D scan of Mel King. 

 

 

 

Going Forward: Ideas to Think About That We Didn't Talk About

 

Drawdio and other electronics embedded in clothing and Nick Cave's Soundsuits.

 

Large-scale Urban Art techniques and "Exit Through the Gift Shop."

 

Laurie Anderson's cassette tape and tape head violin.

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