Mary Crabb


Forces In Translation

2.1 My First Woven Skew Cube

Following the weeks after our first group gathering for Forces in Translation, I have been working in my studio on skew cubes. My first woven skew cube was started with the group as one investigation during five days of experimentation, discussion and sharing. It came home unresolved. The initial investigation had involved working with six […]

2.2 From Woven Cube to Diagram

I’ve never considered drawing to be part of my practice, but more recently I’ve come to realise that I do like drawing. It is a tool I use more often than I think – especially when communicating a technique to students or making sense of something I’m making, and even when I’m tutoring maths. In […]

1.3 Cone Weaving with GeoGebra

On the next stage of the Cone Weaving Investigations, following on from Cone Weaving Drawings, (see previous posts), Ricardo introduced me to the digital drawing program, GeoGebra. It’s a long time since I last used a digital drawing programme, any previous computer aided drawing being done in the early 1990s using BBC Basic programming. I […]