World 29 was born by the civil unrest stopping the 2nd industrial revolution and its major focus on obtaining petroleum, therefore avoiding the mass production of polyester in the textile industry! After WW1 a reflective regional campaign of incorporating textiles into the STTEM (Science, textiles, technology, engineering & maths) system of cross educational and generational skill shared in the vein of ‘Steiner’ schools pedagogy.
Now living in this world we have a community of ‘skill-share’ that has developed through “pocket skills” which has harnessed all of the STTEM in collaborative means in future crafts, bio design and digital realities.
What if …
textiles was a part of STTEM (Science, textiles, technology, engineering & maths), and infused by generational education?
global manufacturing and the polyester markets
polyester markets of mass production in large cities, the loss of skills with the generational divide in craft and textiles
This World was contributed by Naira Bloss and Sean-Henry (located in Berlin, Germany and London, UK) using a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence which allows others to share and adapt the work in any medium and for any purpose, providing that they credit the author and share their material using the same Creative Commons licence.
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