Matemático / Architectural Crochet artista Ciro Najle

por Kathryn en Noviembre 12, 2012 · 5 comentarios

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I learned about Ciro Najle when various science blogs started publishing information about his exhibit of crocheted cumulus clouds. I’ve wanted to write about his crochet work for awhile but I’ve held off. I’m a little embarrassed to say that the reason is because reading his site is academically a little straining. I consider myself a smart chick but this math-and-science rich approach to art and design is presented in a way that definitely isn’t easy reading. Todavía, the crochet work is cool and the projects are interesting so I finally took the time to dive in so I could share a little bit with you.

Ciro Najle

Ciro Najle has a very dense website with a lot of information about his work. He is an architect as well as a design critic who works in Buenos Aires. He has worked as a professor at multiple universities around the world, has headed leading design projects and has had his work exhibited in many venues. He is currently working on a book called Material Discipline. Crochet doesn’t make up the bulk of what he does but he’s done some very interesting work incorporating the medium because it’s a great tool for expressing mathematical concepts.

Nubes ganchillo

crochet cloud installation Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle

I first discovered Najle’s work in January when New Scientist wrote about his Paris exhibition of nubes de punto (which had previously been exhibited in Colorado). The article explains:

Lit from within and above, las franjas de lana blanca de ganchillo cuelgan del techo a sólo medio metro por encima del suelo, proyectando sombras familiares en el suelo de la galería. La lana cashmilon esponjoso elegido por el artista, Arquitecto argentino Ciro Najle, funciona bien para las nubes de cúmulo – las hinchadas que pueden preceder a las tormentas eléctricas, y son precursores de el padrino de las nubes, la cumulonimbus.”

Hay muchos tipos diferentes de nubes cúmulos, pero todos están basados ​​en fractales matemáticos. Los fractales pueden ser recreados en crochet, es por ello Najle tuvo la idea de usar crochet para esta exposición. Había un montón de matemáticas detrás de la obra. New Scientist explica, además,:

“La traducción de esta complejidad en arte nube involucrado una cantidad seria de las matemáticas. La escultura consta de plazas de punto, each of which has an individual pattern modelled by Najle, who generated 1664 different diagrams pinpointing the intersections of the woollen strands, the crochet knots that are key to its structure.

I should add here that Najle didn’t do the crochet work himself; he just did the design. The work for his cumulus clouds exhibit was done by more than three dozen women crocheting in Argentina. They worked full time together for about a week to create the final product.

crochet clouds 400x306 Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle

Paris installation via New Scientist

Although I learned about the project early this year, the crochet work was actually conceived several years ago. Najle was working in South America on a project to collect fog (basically a way to collect water in dry areas) and one of the things that they did during the multi-year project was create math-based fog nets using crochet to help with modeling.

Here’s an example of how Najle describes one of these pieces on his own site:

crochet math Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle

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Some of the other crochet artists whose work is rooted in mathematics are:

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Wertheim Hermanas

math crochet Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle

Carolyn Yackel

And because this net of clouds was placed on display in an interactive way, I also think of the crochet netscapes of:

soundway ernesto neto Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle

Ernesto Neto

hakone forest net Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle

Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam

Have you ever used mathematic principles in creating your crochet work?

pinit fg en rect gray 28 Mathematical / Architectural Crochet Artist Ciro Najle
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Catherine Reed
Catherine Reed

what happened to my comment?

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Hm, it's strange that the comment disappeared. Comments on this blog don't go live right away because I moderate them to prevent spam. Sin embargo, I did appove that comment and then it seems to have disappeared.

Here's what it said:

I like to make single crochet flat and 3D pieces with increases and decreases following a random number table. This gives an irregular surface which is especially good in landscapes. Catherine Reed, http://www.catherinecreed.com

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