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Credits: Barbro Scholz, TITV
Year: 2011/2012
Link: http://www.barbroscholz.de/blog/2011/07/11/time/
Materials: Surface is made of Bekinox conductive wool (with steelfibers blend) application made of copperfibers on small sample: TC ink 27°C and common ink
Techniques: Felting with was dine with soap and water, the copper applications were applied with a felting needle. The print is a screen print pattern.
Dimensions: 3x7x0.4 & 5x7x0.4

Description: This is a part of the project “Do you like the pace?” an interactive time interface showing undefined timeframe. It was also an investigation on the manipulation of conductive felted surfaces by conductive embroidery or application.

Supporting Materials:
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complete piece


1 Comment so far

  1. Stephanie on September 9th, 2015

    Hello, Barbro.

    Thank you for posting the results of your research on conductive felted surfaces!

    I am an intent or looking for heat conductive material that will not tarnish and is soft enough for the eye area.

    I would love to hear any insights you’ve gathered in this area since publishing this page.

    Kind Regards,


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