CAN WE RELATE 'STRING THEORY' WITH TEXTILES?
Updated: Sep 23, 2021
My basic understanding of String Theory. I am not a scientist so this is a very modest understanding from a novice.
"Every event in space has a related time”
So lets relate this to textiles, embellishment, texture and the how we at Adhikari-Seal try to use this theory to inspire our textiles.
I am going to assume some things to explain. The textile I am creating takes 4 hours to create.
So we have an A4 piece of white cotton.
At 10.00 am I start working on it. I create a stitch on the bottom left.
There after I stitch one every minute.
So that's 60 stiches a minute and in 4 hours that would be 240 stiches.
But every stitch is not in the same place.
So as I move upwards and if I could relate this to time and space what would that look like?
Each stitch has a time and space on a 2 dimensional plane (for us the A4 fabric)
(The diagram below should help you understand.)
As a result if we recreate this over a 4 hour period we could theoretically recreate a pattern on our 2 dimensional piece of A4 cotton.
Study Reference: https://www.britannica.com/science/string-theory