Research resident: Paola Torres Núñez del Prado

We’re excited to welcome textile/sound artist, technologist and doctoral researcher Paola Torres Núñez del Prado as the first resident in our lab in Sheffield next week, exploring patterns in Andean culture including the Khipu, and its potential for/as contemporary technology.

While visiting she’ll give a free public talk/performance as part of the local Sheffield Pattern Club, on Tuesday 21st March. For details and sign-up, please see: .

One of Paola’s e-textile interfaces






One response to “Research resident: Paola Torres Núñez del Prado”

  1. […] an tangible algorithmic pattern interface inspired by Andean Khipu for some time, including during her residency visit to Sheffield. Dave has been making some progress towards a workshop exploring the use of these tactile pendants […]

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