17th and 18th September 2019


Tuesday September 17th

9:00 Coffee

9:15 – 10:30 Introductory part

Helmuth Trischler

An Introduction
Ellen Harlizius-Klück

Archaeology of Textile Production and Consumption in Archaic Greece:
State of the Art and Future Direction
Margarita Gleba

10:30 Coffee Break

10:45 – 12:15 Weaving as Order in Ancient Greece – Part 1

Modular patterns:
A Survey on the Textile Origin of Neolithic Design
Kalliope Sarri

Temple Dressing:
Sacred Architecture and Textile Design
Deborah Steiner

12:15 Lunch Break

13:30 – 15:00 Weaving as Order in Ancient Greece – Part 2

Poikilia, Geometry and the Patterns of Nature in Greek Archaic Mind
Adeline Grand-Clément

How Poetry appropriates (Textile) Technology:

One Methodological Point in the Investigation of the Vocabulary of Ancient Weaving
Giovanni Fanfani 

15:00 Coffee Break

15:15 – 17:45 The Textile Production of Weaving and Song

Touch, Memory and Song:
Knowledge in the Socio-Technical Ensemble of Weaving
Annapurna Mamidipudi 

Woven witness:

Mnemonics, Textiles, and the Myth of Philomela
Anthony Tuck

Reflections on References to Textile Technology in the Diction of Archaic Greek Lyric and Epic
Gregory Nagy

Wednesday September 18th

9:00 Coffee

9:15 – 10:45 The Textile Production of Knowledge and Science – Part 1

The Rapport of Weaving and Geometry in Archaic Greece
Ellen Harlizius-Klück

The Textile Expression Gap
Lars Hallnäs

10:45 Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30 The Textile Production of Knowledge and Science – Part 2

Comparative Reflections on Andean Weaving as Science
Denise Arnold

Braiding and Dancing:
Embodied Rhythm and the Matter of Pattern
Victoria Mitchell

12:30 Lunch Break

13:30 – 15:00 Pattern machines: Alternative histories – Part 1

The Machinery – Challenging the Automaton:
Creative Resistance and the Nineteenth Century Cotton Worker
Caroline Radcliffe

Rewiring Women and Electronics:
Textiles as Radical Tech-Art
Ebru Kurbak

15:00 Coffee Break

15:15 – 16:45 Pattern Machines: Alternative Histories – Part 2

Merge, Weave, Trap. Programming and the Paläoanthropology of Concepts
Julian Rohrhuber

Closing the Loop between Live Coding and Ancient Greek Technology
Alex McLean and Dave Griffiths

16:45 Sum-up and Prospects

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