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'One Loop Endless Possibilities (An LKL Maths-Art seminar)

Knitting takes one dimensional yarn and loops it into fabrics with complex geometry that sit between 2 and 3 dimensions - Indu Choraria shows how these inspire her creations in fashion design

In mathematical terms, knitting takes a one dimensional yarn and loops it into fabrics that sit between 2 and 3 dimensions, not necessarily as a fractal object, but via forms such as lace, cables, baubles, layering, pleats - and simultaneously
these can be crafted into shapes of complex geometry, from socks to Klein bottles. Indu will touch on some of these possibilities, referencing examples including her own work and reflecting on the more intangible aspects of knitting such as the emotional, personal and cultural.


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Date and Time:

8 September 2011 at 6:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



London Knowledge Lab
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020 7763 2156

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