an open source architectural beadwork project from Kate McKinnon and a worldwide team of innovators
Hello from the HyperLooping chapter of the upcoming CGB Pattern Book. This is our last chapter, and I hope you can see why we could not leave these beauties behind; they were the Missing Link that helps put the Exploding Sets, the PodCast Bead and the Casting Spine into perspective.
In fact, the HyperDisc is the third Exploding Set, as it turns out, and how badly we needed it. Just like Casting Spines; we didn’t know until we did, and then it was important. If you haven’t seen these yet, hang tight. We have some real surprises for you, including magnificent Hyper-pieces from Karen Beningfield, Claudia Furthner, Ingrid Wangsvik, and the community who beaded with us in January in Boston.
I did succeed in recording the final lecture at MIT (and it was live-streamed on our Facebook page) and it will be up on this site and on our YouTube Channel when we get a bit more added to it – Joke van Biesen’s incredible morphing surfaces and a few more pieces and ideas that we didn’t have time for in the lecture. So far we’ve had tens of thousands of people tune into it via the live feed, and it will be fun to see it travel again next week when the final version is put up.