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id cf2019_067
authors Pebryani , Nyoman Dewi and Michael C.B. Kleiss
year 2019
title Ethno-Computation: Culturally Specific Design Application of Geringsing Textile Patterns
source Ji-Hyun Lee (Eds.) "Hello, Culture!"  [18th International Conference, CAAD Futures 2019, Proceedings / ISBN 978-89-89453-05-5] Daejeon, Korea, pp. 538-551
summary This study focuses on (1) understanding the indigenous algorithm of specific material culture named Geringsing textile patterns, and then (2) transforming the indigenous algorithm into an application that best serves local artisans and younger generation as a design tool and educational tool. Patterns design, which is created in textile as a material culture from a specific area, has a unique design grammar. Geringsing textile is unique to this part of the world because it is produced with double-ikat weaving technique, and this technique is only used in three places in the world. This material culture passes from generation to generation as an oral tradition. To safeguard, document, and digitize this knowledge, a sequential research methodology of ethnography and computation is employed in this study to understand the indigenous algorithm of Geringsing textile patterns, and then to translate the algorithm with computer simulation. This culturally specific design application then is tested by two local artisans and two aspiring artists from the younger generations in the village to see whether this application can serve as a design and educational tool.
keywords Ethno-Computation, Culturally specific, Indigenous algorithm, Geringsing
series CAAD Futures
email npebrya@g.clemson.edu
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