Space + Body: Intersections between Architecture, Interiors, and Fashion using Digital Knitting
Creative Scholarship

In collaboration with Krissi Riewe Stevenson (KSU Fashion)
Stoll M1+ and Create+ Software programming with Stoll ADF3 and CMS+ machines in the Kent State KnitLab at the School of Fashion

“Soft Boundaries”, Creative Scholorship, Best in Show, International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA), Fall 2022
“Space and the Body: Knitted textiles in Architecture + Fashion”, Shared Faculty Studio Project Use at the Kent State Design Innovation Hub, Summer 2022

The use digital knit programming and production to explore human interactions with space through interdisciplinary collaboration between interior and apparel design. My specific area of research/scholarship is the use of 3D digital knitting technology in developing sensory and spatial applications in architecture and interior design and connecting research on space and the body with collaborators in the School of Fashion.