On the way to the hotel in Tallinn, we run into Kärt. She carries a roll of linen, optical fibers and cable under her arm. “This curtain is twenty meters long and connected to the Internet. Its lights react to data regarding wave height in the Baltic Sea and the strength of the wind. It brings together traditional textile production and innovative technology.” Kärt lectures at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Her specialist field is experimental bio-materials.
“AN URBAN INNOVATION CULTURE CALLS FOR DYNAMIC DESIGN.”