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Joy Ko is an artist and educator. Her teaching, research and writing explore the use of computation and digital technologies to augment and extend the creative process. In her studio, she renders walks in the woods, mixes memory with imagination, and keeps things moving forward by staying (more or less) still. She has devoted considerable effort to demystifying mathematics and computation for artists and designers. She has contributed in this vein to the RISD community through her faculty appointments in the departments of Architecture, Textiles, and Industrial Design and captured some of these pedagogical insights in her book Geometric Computation: Foundations for Design (with K. Steinfeld, published by Routledge, 2018).
Woven Behavior and Ornamentation: Simulation-Assisted Design and Application of Self-Shaping Woven Textiles
Arts & Design
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