The TK Series is a typewriter that produces knitting.
Leonie Urff (NL) is a mixed media artist.
Anja Hertenberger (DE) is an artist who researches identity in relation to media, surveillance, power, control and man-machine interaction.
Meg Grant (NL) is a maker and an aspiring mad inventor.
Ricardo O’Nascimento (BR) is an artist and researcher on the field of new media and interactive art. He investigates body-environment relations focused on interface development for worn devices, interactive installations and hybrid environments.
TK 730 from the E-Textile workspace is part of the sixth international conference TEI, which focuses on the latest results in tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction. TEI 2012 takes place from 19th to 22nd February at Queen's Human Media Lab in ...
The eTextiles Workspace group (Anja Hertenberger, Leonie Urff, Ricardo O Nascimento and Meg Grant) started their project "TK Series" as part of the V2_ Summer Sessions 2011. The project takes the form of a typewriter that produces knitting.
The "TK 730" (2011) is a work by the eTextiles Workspace group (Anja Hertenberger, Leonie Urff, Ricardo O'Nascimento and Meg Grant).