A Forest of Fiber and Sound

Johnson, Jerry
October 2001
Surface Design Journal;Fall2001, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p36
Trade Publication
The article features the Ephemeral Forest, a collaborative installation of weaving, papermaking, kinetics, and sound design by designers Wendy Weiss and Jay Kreimer. Weiss is Associate Professor of Textile Design at the University of Nebraska, and has been creating textile environments since 1982. Kreimer is the mad scientist behind the sound design and kinetics, having experimented in electronic black magic since 1976. The author also expressed his insights about the conceptual level for both designers.


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