Category Archives: Open Source Embroidery

Coal Powered Computers

Tweet It’s Spring-Winter time and I’m back in Umeå catching up with HUMlab and the BildMuseet, celebrating the Easter Witches. About to finish Gibson and Sterling’s classic Steam Punk novel ‘The Difference Engine’ which imagines a Victorian age of steam … Continue reading

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Open Source Embroidery and Ele in Wired

Tweet Open Source Embroidery, an exhibition curated by HUMlab fellow Ele Carpenter presently showing at Bildmuseet in Umeå, is currently featured in Wired. The article “Geek Art: Needlework Brings Together Programmers, Crafters” was published yesterday.

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