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STOLL & Guggenheim display in Architecture Effects expo

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Jan '19
Courtesy: Stoll
Courtesy: Stoll
Stoll displayed textile element of ‘A Tent Without A Signal’, a digitally flat-bed knitted tapestry with technical content, as part of an collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in connection with its exhibition Architecture Effects – on view from December 5, 2018 to April 28, 2019. Stoll is a leading textile machinery manufacturer from Germany.

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao’s co-curators, Troy Conrad Therrien and Manuel Cirauqui, expressed that the exhibition’s purpose is to exemplify the connections between art and architecture at the height of unique 21st century conditions by highlighting the impact technology has on a time of major digital transformations, social media, artificial intelligence, and climate change, Stoll said.

A Tent Without A Signal, designed by MOS Architects, was uniquely made possible with Stoll machinery and knitting innovation due to the complexities and intricate details of this piece. The artwork was made with Stoll’s CMS 530 HP E16 and consisted of twenty-four 1m x 6m knitted panels. The five-coloured jacquard with mesh pointelle panels were knitted with high tech Filati Be.Mi.Va, Pinori Filati, and Statex yarns.

“We are proud to collaborate with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao for MOS’ project, A Tent Without A Signal. The Architecture Effects exhibition was a natural fit for us as our knitelligence platform, and its various software solutions, continues to flourish in this Industry 4.0, digital age. There are so many capabilities of knitting that tend to go unnoticed, and we are very excited that the community can be witness to Stoll’s impact within the architecture industry,” Joerg Hartmann, head of fashion and technology at Stoll said.

A case study of MOS’ A Tent Without A Signal and Stoll’s contribution will become available to the public and the contemporary artists and architects exhibiting as a part of Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and Stoll’s technological collaboration. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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