Quilting With Code
Libs Elliott is a textile designer who explores the intersection of technology and traditional craft by using generative design in her work. A deep appreciation for craftsmanship, design history and future-focused applications are all reflected in her work. She studied Material Art & Design at OCAD University and lives and works in Toronto, Canada. As a quilter, Libs' ongoing project is an exploration in how modern technology can transform a traditional and tactile craft into modern functional art without abandoning the inherent pleasures of handcrafted products.
Libs Elliott is known for using computer code and algorithms to create her random quilt patterns. Libs will discuss her ongoing exploration of how technology can transform a traditional craft into modern, functional art. She will show examples of her work in a slide show, give attendees a peek into her process and share some of her real, live quilts.
- Location: Tradewinds Hotel, 1 Sewell St, East Fremantle WA 6158
- Date: Friday 4 October 2019
- Time: Doors open 6pm, for a 6.30pm start.
- Duration: The lecture will go for 1 hour, and we invite you to stay and socialise with like-minded friends afterwards. Light finger food will be provided and an open bar will be available (to purchase drinks at your own cost).
Important information regarding refunds: There are no direct refunds for tickets, however you will be able to transfer your ticket to another participant who agrees to undertake the transfer with you. Any requests for ticket transfer to another participant must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event that the event is cancelled, all tickets will be refunded, less booking fees.
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