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AUDAX textile museum in Tilburg, NL
Since 2004 the Dutch textile museum has morphed into an international center and a laboratory for very diverse projects in the field of innovative textile production.
Two designers and one artist report about the realization of their work and an Artist in residency at the centre. Their experiences illustrate the various available techniques, facilities and an overview of the CAD/CAM and traditional machines at the AUDAX.
2000 words in Dutch, published in kM 77, spring 2011
original title: Audax Textiel Museum Tilburg
photographs: designs by Kolk and Kusters, Nora Hooijer and S. Miro at AUDAX, design by N. Hooijer