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Sarah Taylor woven fibre optics   My interests lie in the exploration of light within cloth. Since the mid-1990s I have specialised in light-emitting material exploiting optical fibres within woven textiles and design-led artefacts. I use traditional, craft-based processes in conjunction with digital technologies to create novel, time-based aesthetics. The nature of my practice is cross-disciplinary

Sarah Taylor - textile artist - studied and taught at Heriott Watt - light emitting textiles - craft production with new technologies

Collaborative clothing! The main issue of the workshop is to look at experience with and learn from situations of communication through what we wear and bring that to a higher or different level through the combination of computer technology and the materiality of fabric. The achievement is to

Collaborative clothing! The main issue of the workshop is to look at experience with and learn from situations of communication through what we wear and bring that to a higher or different level through the combination of computer technology and the materiality of fabric. The achievement is to

Leutton Postle at work- How does that chunky not break the machine!

Leutton Postle at work