Artist Talk: Barbara Layne

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Two people stand at the corner window of a room, overlooking a night city skyline. Both people are wearing dark jackets with words spelled out in L.E.D. lights on the back: one says "Sub" and the other says "Tel".

Date and Time

4:30pm Thu Sep 28, 2017

Location

Part of the Exhibition

As the director of Studio subTela, one of the labs at the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology, Barbara Layne works at the intersection of textile arts and technology, creating handwoven fabrics with embedded electronic components. Cloth surfaces are transformed through dynamic LED displays and wireless capabilities to create interactive garments and wall panels. She is a Professor Emeritus at Concordia University in Montreal where she continues her research as an Affiliate Professor.

 

Free parking is available in Lot 19G behind Wade King Recreation Center beginning at 4:15 p.m. The parking lot remains free for the reception following the lecture.

 

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Part of the Coded Threads exhibition.

 

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