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The Sound of Textile in the Nineteenth-Century French Novel
Dr. Shoshana Rose Marzel
Out of all the senses associated with clothing, e.g., touch, sight, thermic, smell, and so forth, the present article analyzes one sense, namely hearing, in the nineteenth-century French novel.
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From Women Designers to Women Users
Adi Hamer
New discourse on aesthetics or ability shed light on the old term “feminine taste,” that can be read not as style or decoration, but as a necessary tool for product designers
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Dreams from Ronit Elkabetz's Wardrobe
Ya'ara Keydar
Do clothes make the man? Or is it perhaps man - or woman, rather - who breathes life and power into clothes? Article by exhibition's Curator from "Je t'iame, Ronit Elkabetz" exhibition catalogue.
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Experiencing Sound through Materials
Shira Kimmel
Shira Kimmel, director of Instruction and relations at the Aaron Feiner Eden Materials Library, took us on a tour of the exhibition "Sound and Matter in Design", through her professional eyes and in relation to materials and production technologies.
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Font Suggestion
Stav Axenfeld
Reference to the close connection between script and writing implement was evident this year in the graduate exhibitions of the departments of industrial design at Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art and HIT-Holon Institute of Technology in three projects that engaged with pencil, lead, and ink.
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Graduates 2017 - Sound
Currently showing at the Museum is Sound and Matter in Design which explores the connection between sound and the world of design. From this point of departure we set out to see the graduate exhibitions and lent an ear to projects in which sound plays a significant role
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