Heavily referencing what has come before in process, yet imaging what is still to come in product, a memory of a memory explores the concept of weave as a contemporary craft. Fabric possesses an undeniable physical presence regardless of whether it is purely hand-made or technology-assisted. Similar to the way in which modern memory relies more and more on links to knowledge than simply memory itself, fabric can provide links to the history of crafts past. The craftsmanship of weave becomes an integral part of the design process. Like a memory of a memory, its influence lingers.
HEAVILY REFERENCING WHAT HAS COME BEFORE IN PROCESS, BUT IMAGING WHAT IS STILL TO COME IN PRODUCT