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Sabina Weiss

MA work

MA work

  • The iterative learning between human and machine.

    The iterative learning between human and machine., Sabina Weiss 2017
    embroidery
    2000x1333 | Photographer: sabina weiss

  • the process

    the process, sabina weiss 2017
    enbroidery
    2000x1333 | Photographer: sabina weiss

re~master – evolving the craft of hand embroidery

The re~master is a system for iterative learning between human and the machine to preserve and evolve the craft of hand embroidery.

The system forms a new language for interaction with technology, mediating different qualities of handmade and digitally produced to challenge the craft discipline and create new, hybridised process.

Info

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2017

  • Sabina Weiss is a designer with relevant experience in the field of product, furniture and experience design for clients such as Microsoft, Vitra, Fortnum and Mason and Aveda.

    Her work encompasses the dynamic interplay of craft and technology, hybridising the disciplines to create interactive experiences and challenge the established standards.

  • Degrees

  • BA Product and Furniture Design, Kingston University, 2013
  • Experience

  • Tin Horse Studio, industrial packaging internship, Marlborough, 2016; Sundae Design Studio, freelance designer, London, 2015; Cinimod Studio, interactive lighting internship, London, 2014; Map Project Office, Industrial Design Internship, 2013; BarberOsgerby, Product and Furniture Design internship, 2013
  • Exhibitions

  • Venture Catalyst Challenge exhibition, Imperial College London, 2017; Imperial College Advanced Hackspace Demo Day, Imperial College London, 2016; New Balance Experience Centre, Millbank Tower, London, 2012; New Designers, Earls Court, London, 2012