Ganit Goldstein — A Design Language

Ganit Goldstein presents a selection of one-of-a-kind garments that highlight her focus on the intersection between art and technology in fashion. Her work is the result of a hybrid approach that involves both analog and digital processes.

Ganit Goldstein is a Computation Textile Designer specializing in the development of smart textile systems. Ganit’s primary interest is in the intersection between craft and technology, combining virtual tools and tangible materials to extend the possibilities of programmable textiles. Her work focuses predominantly on pioneering the use of 3D printing fabrication to produce customized 3D textiles.

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Date:
Oct 8, 2022
Time:
05:00 PM
- 05:30 PM
Venue:
The Runway: Kendall/MIT Open Space
Location:
Kendall/MIT Open Space, Main Street, Cambridge, MA
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Festival

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