The Bakery was a component of the installation that was proposed fairly early on. Its original blueprint was drawn by Dominique Ehrmann; it was later slightly adapted by Edmund Harriss, to bring angles in more complete harmony with pentagonal symmetry. It was built out of wood by Edmund and Gavin Smith. The design of theContinue reading “Bakery – Fabrication”
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Cryptography Quilt – Mathematical Connections
Cryptography or “secret writing” is an old concept. For several millenia at least, people have wanted to communicate messages to distant others in such a way that even if the message was intercepted, it would not be readable by the interceptors. To achieve this, they have used different forms of “encoding” information; would-be interceptors inventedContinue reading “Cryptography Quilt – Mathematical Connections”
How to knit a Tortoise in n+1 steps
Tess the Tortoise was designed with a knit body and a ceramic shell. The shell was designed by the amazing creature-creating potter, Liz Paley. The body was designed by me, Kimberly A Roth.