Ebru Kurbak uses traditional textile techniques to create embroidered computer
Cool new work from Ebru Kurbak featured on dezeen.
An embroidered computer and a sound recorder made from yarn are among the products produced as part of Ebru Kurbak’s research project into the use of traditional textile techniques to manufacture electronic objects.
The arts-based research project, called Stitching Worlds, was put together over the course of four years by Vienna-based artist and designer Kurbak.
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