Nayeli Vega is a designer and artist working in the field of textiles, digital fabrication and 3D representations. Her work explores critical perspectives as well as feminist practices in design, technology and education. She is co-founder and chair woman of Lacuna Lab e.V., a collective space in Berlin. She is currently supported by the Elsa Neumann Scholarship of the State of Berlin.
This collective chain uses multiple entry points to reflect on the encounter of archival practices, objects and material with non-linear timelines.
Knots can store and transport information as a three-dimensional medium – in the Andes they were used in this way for centuries. Nayeli Vega looks at their practical as well as their symbolic function and with digital and analog methods creates knots to encrypt data.