主催: NPO 横断型基幹科学技術研究団体連合
開催日: 2017/12/02 - 2017/12/03
This paper investigates global circulation and entanglement of designs in the textile printing in the 19th and 20th centuries. For this purpose, the paper focuses on “African prints” and Japanese stencils called katagami. While their original printing techniques are different from each other, these running patterns can serve as design sources for machine printing. While they are seemingly unrelated to each other, the investigation re-veals their global linkage, not only historical but also complex, in terms of printing designs.