The Haptics of Optics: Weaving and Photography

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Get yourself a nice cup of tea and curl up with this brilliant chapter from T’ai Smith’s book Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine Craft to Mode of Design.

The Haptics of Optics: Weaving and Photography

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