Weaving Metaphors Weaving Cosmos:Reflections of a Shamanic Worldview in Discontinuous Warp and Weft Textiles of Ancient Peru 300 BCE-1540 CE Jane Rehl
Written by one of the twentieth century´s leading textile artists, this splendidly illustrated book is a luminous meditation on the art of weaving, its history, its tools and techniques, and its implications for modern design. First published in 1965, On Weaving bridges the transition between handcraft and the machine-made, highlighting the essential importance of material awareness and the creative leaps that can occur when design problems are tackled by hand. With her focus on materials and handlooms, Anni Albers discusses how technology and mass production place limits on creativity and problem solving, and makes the case for a renewed embrace of human ingenuity that is particularly important today. Now available for a new generation of readers, this expanded edition of On Weaving updates the book´s original black-and-white illustrations with full-color photos, and features an afterword by Nicholas Fox Weber and essays by Manuel Cirauqui and T´ai Smith that shed critical light on Albers and her career.
Rug weaving Culture of Artsakh: Ashkhunj Poghosyan
Weaving: Contemporary Makers on the Loom: Katie Treggiden
Distress Weaving: Sidonie-Felicitas von Schilling
The Traditional Art of Jamdani Weaving:111 Traditional Design Collections Parama Shayantony
The Pathology of Weaving and Production of the Handwoven Carpets:Heriz Region Case Study Sepideh Taravati Mahjoubi
Weaving technique of a traditional door screen of India:´Dhalapathar Parda´ a traditional door screen of India woven by ´Rangani community´ in the state Odisha Iswar Chandra Nayak