Studio B.O.R by Batool Al-Rushdan
Bridging handicraft and technology, this workshop examined alternate color sources and processing.
At this workshop, participants looked at several colour options. Participants investigated the origins and preparation of several alternative colors, bridged traditional handicraft methods with modern technological advances. Plant-based dyes have a wide variety of colors because of the variety of pigments used in their production. These flaws result in a unique and unrepeatable hue due to the presence of unexpected pigments.
About the Artist:
An award-winning architectural engineer and Hi-Tech designer, Batool Al-Rushdan that recently won the “Distributed Design Awards”. In her practice, Batool merges technology, science & design, while approaching new design methodologies and creating projects that are connected to the people through sensors on their bodies or being rooted to their cultural foundation or highlighting environmental concerns from their land and places they live at.
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