Ganit Goldstein is a Computation Textile Designer specialising in the development of smart textile systems. Ganit’s primary interest is in the intersection between craft and technology, combining virtual tools and tangible materials to extend the possibilities of programmable textiles. Her work focuses predominantly on pioneering the use of 3D printing fabrication to produce customized 3D textiles.
Ganit is studying for SMArchS in Computation at MIT Architecture and positioned as a Research Assistant at MIT Media Lab - Tangible Media Group. Between 2019-2021, Ganit completed her MA in the Textiles MA course at London’s Royal College of Art. Her collections have received significant attention and won several prestigious prizes and press recognition. Her projects have been presented at exhibitions and museums globally, including: Milan Design Week, New York Textile Month, Munich Jewellery Week, TLV Biennale of Crafts & Design 2020 and many more.
Ganit believes in an interdisciplinary approach to design- mixing tradition and futuristic techniques, emphasize the relationship between Craft, Technology, Science, and Arts through pioneer research and worldwide collaborations.