One of our textile design students, Sarah Walker, called into the Advanced Textiles Research Group recently to discuss her work. Sarah’s practice seeks to redefine the perception of textiles by exploring material behaviour through surface manipulation techniques to create multi-functional textiles that can be responsive to changing environments in fashion, interiors and architecture. Her approach has been informed by a strong interest in architecture and the environment of Tokyo, which she visited in October-November 2012 as a recipient of the Paul Smith Scholarship scheme.
- It will soon be show time once again for the carnival costume made in the Advanced Textiles Research Group at... fb.me/z9IvHAgP 3 months ago
- Theodore Hughes-Riley and Tilak Dias have published details on their work on monitoring of hand-transmitted... fb.me/1Pbtd3ApO 3 months ago
- News about a new project to prevent hearing damage:... fb.me/2RGfCojB8 3 months ago
- Lord Earl Howe 7th and Richard Arm discussing the next chapter of ATRG research at NTU. 4 months ago
- Yesterday's Nottingham carnival featured the Advanced Textiles Research Group's dramatic carnival 'King' costume.... fb.me/8JjBMtpgp 4 months ago