AlgoMech Festival

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Ellen Harlizius-Klück

Ellen Harlizius-Klück is Principal Investigator in the project PENELOPE: A Study of Weaving as Technical Mode of Existence, funded by an ERC Consolidator Grant and hostet at Deutsches Museum, Munich. She was international Co-Investigator in the Weaving Codes – Coding Weaves Project, funded by a Digital Transformations Amplification Award of the Arts & Humanities Research Council (UK), and Marie-Curie-Research Fellow at the Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen. The philosophy and technology of ancient textile production and its impact on early scientific thinking is her main interest.

Appearing at..

17 May

Symposium

On dancing and braiding

Site gallery
£25 / £12.50 concessions (inc. lunch and refreshments)

Talks and Discussion

18 May - 19 May

Exhibition: Patterns of Movement

Textile and sound art

Sidney and Matilda
Free entry

Exhibition

19 May

Exhibition: Patterns of Movement

Textile and sound art

Sidney and Matilda

Exhibition