A new video by WhiteFeather, displaying the biotextile methodology she developed through three years of research, is available to watch on Vimeo, here.
This video shows the “wet weaving” process invented by WhiteFeather Hunter for use in tissue engineering with mammalian cells.
Stereolithograph micro-loom printed in polylactic acid, handwoven horsehair, live mammalian cells and nutrient media. Shot on location at the Pelling Lab for Biophysical Manipulation, uOttawa, Canada by Carlos Jabbour and WhiteFeather Hunter. Special thanks to Andrew Pelling and Daniel Modulevsky. Peformed by WhiteFeather and Abi Aspen Glencross. Compiled and edited by WhiteFeather.