TEXTile – Digital Communication at FWM

TEXTile – Digital Communication at FWM
Innovation

An exhibition at the Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia presents the work of their artist-in-residence Jean Shin who has created an interactive fabric examining digital...

Amanda Gore (PSFK London)
  • 21 november 2006


An exhibition at the Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia presents the work of their artist-in-residence Jean Shin who has created an interactive fabric examining digital communication in contemporary life through thousands of discarded computer keyboard keys. Embedded in a 25 foot textile the keys create a
text that reads from left to right, and is a line-by-line transcript of the e-mail
correspondence between Shin and the FWM project staff, the work becoming a documentation of its own creation.

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