by Laura Devendorf and Jacqueline Wernimont

A Table Weaving is an interactive installation and living lab that brings the community together through the act of weaving in the collective encoding of data into the form of cloth.

This work was made possible through the B2 Creative Residency Program. Learn more here.

Laura Devendorf

Laura Devendorf is an assistant professor in the ATLAS Institute and the Department of Information Science at the University of Colorado Boulder where she works and teaches at the intersection of engineering and critical design. She directs the Unstable Design Lab, where she works closely with artists, students, and researchers to develop both provocations and software for textiles design.

Jacqueline Wernimont

Jacqueline Wernimont is Distinguished Chair of Digital Humanities and Social Engagement and Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at Dartmouth College. As a digital media scholar who specializes in mathematic and computational media and their histories, her work includes creative-critical making of multisensory immersive works which she describes as data visceralization.

Steven Frost (they/them)

Steven Frost (they/them) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media Studies at CU Boulder and an interdisciplinary fiber artist. Their research focuses on textiles, queer studies, pop culture, and community development in public spaces.