My Nature: Floral & Botanical Work in Contemporary Textiles: Slow Textiles Group’s Next Opening Event November 8th 2013, 6-9pm

 What happens when a group of textile designers celebrate nature together?

My Nature: Opening Event at Kingsgate Gallery, London

Zoe Burt

Sarah Campbell

Karin Holmberg

Pepe Lowe

Emma Neuberg

Emma North

Ismini Samanidou

Ying Wu

with  TANVI KANT

8th November 2013

6 – 9pm at SLOWstudio.

THE GEOMETRICS Exhibition Opens 19th April 2013 at 6pm in London!


Html Patchwork designed and curated by Ele Carpenter, animated here by Emma Neuberg. Click it to own it!

Which Hexidecimal Colour and Code is Correct?


Calling all Maths and Computer Science teachers – don’t miss a design show that embraces mathematics from hexidecimal number arrangements to computerised laser jet systems all in the name of fashion and textiles!!


This is The Geometrics Volume 1 Exhibition: Textiles, New Media, New Work!

Join us for the Private View or one of the many exciting events listed here. There will be a book launch to go with the show too on May 4th 2013!

The artists and design thinkers exhibiting in this exciting new show bring open source systems to textile design that embrace maths, geometry and creative, decorative and stunning cultural interpretations of these! We look forward to welcoming you soon!

SURFACE Show at Chelsea FutureSpace

Rose, silk, detail, Emma Neuberg, 2012.
We’re delighted to announce that silk triptychs created by STG founder, Emma Neuberg, whilst Artist in Residence (AA2A) at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, are selected for an exciting new exhibition exploring surface, texture, semiotics and meaning taking place February 13th to April 14th 2013 at Chelsea FutureSpace.
The show represents an introduction to the study of surface as texture and skin to interpret and express the liminal space between internal and external worlds.  Other artists in the show include Sanghyun Kim and Kangwook Lee.
Awake, Sanghyun Kim, 2012.

 

Kangwook Lee, 2012.

Pua Kumba Weaving in Marik Empang!

                                                                                                            Photo: Neuberg
TSTG members recently enjoyed an evening with Nancy Ngali from Malaysian Borneo, wearing her own pua kumba woven jacket and beaded marik empang at the fantastic current exhibition called 
Endangered Textiles taking place at the Brunei Gallery in London.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Photo: Neuberg
Here’s the process of the warp preparation – hundreds of white silk threads being tied with lengths of plastic rather like tie-dye – in order to prepare the weave to make a jacket or skirt.
                                                                                                                                                 Photo: Neuberg
After all those white threads are dip-dyed in indigo they are set up on a back-strap loom ready for weaving. 
The whole process takes between 3 to 5 months!

For more information on the process, there’s a great introductory article in the wonderful Hand Eye magazine.