Kayla Mattes 'Blue Screen of Death'

Here's one of the works in "Weaving Data" at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University: Kayla Mattes, "Blue Screen of Death" (2018), handwoven wool, bamboo, cotton and polyester.

A new exhibition at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at PSU, Jan. 24-April 29, links computers and weaving.

It’s called “Weaving Data,” and it features the work of Faig Ahmed, April Bey, Jovencio de la Paz, Ahree Lee, Kayla Mattes, Shelley Socolofsky, Joan Truckenbrod, Vo Vo and Sarah Wertzberger.

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