SILICON BASED CAPACITIVE SENSOR

SILICON BASED CAPACITIVE SENSOR

  In July 26- August 2, 2014 I took part, like in 2013, to the E-Textiles Summer Camp organised by Hannah Perner-Wilson and Mika Satomi at Paillard Cultural Centre. One of the workshops I took part in was the 3 D printing where Lucie Viry introduce us to the use of silicon for sensors development. I also tried my hand on for a capacitive D.I.Y. sensor. Here is the result.

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E-TEXTILE CUVEE 2014 EXHIBITION

E-TEXTILE CUVEE 2014 EXHIBITION

  In 2014 I took part for the second time to the E-Textiles Summer Camp, organised at Paillard Centre d’Art Contemporain & Résidence d’Artistes in Poncé sur le Loir, France by Hannah Perner-Wilson and Mika Satomi. Irene Posch and Anja Hertenberger were the curator of the eTextile Cuvee Exhibition where I presented one version of my Hedgehog Fabric.    

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IDENTITE

IDENTITE

Identité, 1999. Dimensions: 100 x 30 x 50 cm and 30 x 30 cm. Various techniques: papers, manila, silk, video. Identité is a series of prints and drawings all related to identity marks. The central motive, the Islik, is a big circular hat used by the Romanian aristocracy in the XVII and XVIII century. Its dimensions differed according to the social status. Printed on paper or on industrial sacks, drown on silk, Identité plays with the figurative and the iconic status of the image. The same...

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PSEUDO-GARMENT

PSEUDO - GARMENT (1997). Dimensions:150 x 80 x 40 cm; 120 x 80 x 70 cm; 160 x 70 x 50 cm. Various techniques: iron, glass, copper. Pseudo-Garment is a series of three pieces inspired from the medieval very elaborated costumes that investigate the garment functions and roles: the garment as protection, the garment as social sign. The common textile techniques like crochet, weaving and sewing were coupled with the use of metal materials. The expression of materials has here a very important...

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