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Senseware
Tokyo Fiber

Curator: Kenya Hara

What is senseware? Kenya Hara, the exhibition director, describes it as "a matter that stirs the human creative instinct and awakens the desire to make things."
The aim of this exhibition is to deliberately bring a broad sweep of creators and technology people into contact with attractive new artificial fibers, encouraging them to think of applications that make the benefits of the material visible. Through that approach the exhibition attempts to show ideas for the future of manufacturing, exhibiting new environmental membranes derived from artificial fibers in order to share them with the world at large. 

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ISBN: 9789659153312
Published:       Israel, 2010
Pages: 208
Size: 15x22 cm  

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