session 5

Woven Morphologies

by Priyanka Narula

on Friday, 22 March 2024
at 5:30 pm IST
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Narula believes that weaving is not only an art form, but also a way for material interaction and integration. It is a way of life and means of craft, but also a means to explore structural capabilities. Weaving can produce a small basket, as much as a building envelope. In this talk, Priyanka Narula interrogates woven morphologies via means of  craft, communities, material, scale of application and sustainability.


Priyanka Narula is the founder of ‘The Wicker Story’ - a research-driven design studio with an ongoing exploration of the Indian craft of weaving, founded in 2018. Based in Hyderabad, India, the Studio is known for its expansive art installations, inventive fabrications, sculptures and furniture that have trailblazed a new design language for cane and rattan craft in India.

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