SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Ribul, M. (2019)

MATERIAL DRIVEN TEXTILE DESIGN: DESIGNING FULLY INTEGRATED FABRICATION AND FINISHING PROCESSES WITH REGENERATED CELLULOSE IN THE MATERIALS SCIENCE LABORATORY

PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Ribul, M. and de la Motte, H. (2018)

MATERIAL TRANSLATION: VALIDATION AND VISUALIZATION AS TRANSDISCIPLINARY METHODS FOR TEXTILE DESIGN AND MATERIALS SCIENCE IN THE CIRCULAR BIOECONOMY

Journal of Textile Design Research and Practice (RFTD), 6(1), pp. 66-88.

Englund, F., Wedin, H., Ribul, M, de la Motte, H., Östlund, Å (2018)

TEXTILE TAGGING TO ENABLE AUTOMATED SORTING AND BEYOND

MISTRA Future Fashion report.

Ribul, M. & and de la Motte, H. (2016)

THE MATERIAL AFFINITY OF DESIGN AND SCIENCE FOR A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Proceedings of the Circular Transitions Conference, London, United Kingdom, 23-24 November, pp.236-248.

Earley, R., Vuletich, C., Goldsworthy, K., Politowicz, K., and Ribul, M. (2015)

THE TEXTILE TOOLBOX: NEW DESIGN THINKING, MATERIALS AND PROCESSES FOR SUSTAINABLE FASHION TEXTILES

MISTRA Future Fashion End of Award Report (2011-2015), Sweden.

Ribul, M. & de la Motte, H. (2014)

DESIGN POSSIBILITIES IN REGENERATED CELLULOSE MATERIALS.

COST European Cooperation in Science and Technology FP 1205 project report. Borås: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.

Ribul, M. (2013)

RECIPES FOR MATERIAL ACTIVISM

 

SELECTED TALKS

5 October 2018

DESIGN INTERVENTIONS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE

Fashioned from Nature: Designing a Sustainable Future. Victoria and Albert Museum.

15 March 2018

TEXTILE DESIGN LAB: RAW MATERIALS IN THE BIOECONOMY

There and Back Again. Centre for Circular Design, London.

7 November 2017

REGENERATIVE DESIGN FOR THE BIOECONOMY

Future Matters Symposium: Exploring our Sustainable Materiality. Het Nieuwe Instituut, Material Futures and Design and Living Systems Lab. Central Saint Martins, London.

4 October 2017

BEYOND DESIGN: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY ENCOUNTERS

London Doctoral Design Centre (LDoc) welcome event, Royal Society of Arts (RSA).

6 March 2017

MATERIAL TRANSFORMATIONS: A DESIGN AND SCIENCE COLLABORATION WITH REGENERATED CELLULOSE MATERIALS IN A CIRCULAR ECONOMY.

Dynamic Duos: Exploring Design-Science Innovation Partnerships. European funded Horizon 2020 Trash-2-Cash project.

 

SELECTED EXHIBITION CURATION AND CONFERENCE COMMITTEES

2017

BEYOND DESIGN: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY ENCOUNTERS

Ribul, M., Pierri, P. and Geaney, V.  [Conference]

2016

CIRCULAR TRANSITIONS CONFERENCE

[Academic Committee]

2014

TEXTILE TOOLBOX

Online showcase for Mistra Future Fashion. Touring exhibition: London, Glasgow, Copenhagen, New York, Borås, Uppsala, Falmouth. [Assistant Curator]

 2013

​DESIGN BEYOND MAKING

Abel, A. K., Ribul, M. & Ferragut, P. Protein gallery, London. [Co-curator]

 

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