Spinning and weaving feature in mythologies and stories across history and across cultures. Weaving shares a history with computers and programming. The Jacquard loom is often cited as the first programmable machine. The Muse series of books was created by computer software to create woven pattern forms.
A pattern is generated on-screen every minute. The patterns are captured and presented as printed images in a book. The patterns are never repeated, no two patterns are alike.
The pattern making can go on forever.
Books are available in limited editions or with patterns generated to order. For further information contact:
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