Index
Adnitt, Cheryl, 27
Africa ancient textiles, 180–1 contemporary textile art, 103 kente cloth, 95–6 trade with US, 125 see also global traditions
Arai, Jun'ichi, 45
Antonio Ratti Foundation, 188–9
Antropologos del Surandino (ASUR), 184–6, 185 weave from the Jalq'a Textile Project,plate 15
aristocracy, 8, 95, 103
Australia Aboriginal textiles, 104–5 see also wool
avant-garde, 79 see also Canclini
Behar, Linda, 69
Belgrave, Anne, 71–2, 71 Woolgatherers Basket,plate 9
Beylerian, George, 31
Bloxam, Lindsay, 56–62, 57 lit sculpture,plate 7
Brennand-Wood, Michael, 81
Bullen Pijja, 162–3, 163 print samples,plate 5
buying buyer's role, 145–6 decision making, 146–8 future, 152–5 international issues, 151–2 supply issues, 150–1 textiles, 148–150 see also Defoe, markets, retailing, trade shows and fairs
Canclini, Nestor, 184
capitalism, 13–14
China cotton industry, 12, 15–16, 124 manufacturing output, 127 urban consumers, 112 see also global traditions, silk, Taiwan
Coats Viyella, 117–119
Colette, 11
Collingwood, Peter, 65–6
colour and pollution, 111 dyes, 168–9 prediction, 133–5
communication and lifestyle, 19 technologies, 131–2 see also journalism
Communism, 12, 14–16
consumers, 17–19 profiling, 153–5 see also China
cotton during Industrial Revolution, 122 organic, 113–114, 116 role in industrialization, 124 see also China, Russia
craft appeal of the handmade, 72–3 comparisons with designers and artists, 49–51, 66–9 craftsperson, 63–6 motivation, 65 process-led practice, 69–70 role in modern world, 70–72 supporting organizations, 73–5, 101 use in cultural policy, 184 see also global traditions, knit
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly, 69
cultural policy, 183–4
Defoe, Daniel, 14

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part I - Overviews *
  • 1 - What is Textiles? 3
  • 2 - The Culture Place of Textiles 7
  • 3 - Perceptions of Fabric 21
  • Part II - The Creative *
  • 4 - The Textile Designer 37
  • 5 - The Designer Maker 49
  • 6 - The Craftperson 63
  • 7 - The Textile Artist 77
  • Part III - The Social and Industrial Context *
  • 8 - Globel Textiles Tradition 91
  • 9 - Ecology 107
  • 10 - Industry 121
  • 11 - The Role of Trends and Forecasting 133
  • Part IV - Related Disciplines and Studies *
  • 12 - The Buyer 145
  • 13 - Journalism 157
  • 14 - Science 167
  • 15 - Research 179
  • Bibliography 191
  • Index 201
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