Textile artist, philosopher and mathematician Ellen Harlizius-Klück examines weaving as an ancient digital art, in order to understand the tacit knowledge of weavers. Her works Unborn and Untitled are woven fabrics created by feeding music-derived data into computer-controlled looms. The original data was generated by Alex McLean from an electronic music piece by Aaron Funk (Venetian Snares), following a fractal Peano curve to reveal sonic structures as visual patterns. This space-filling curve follows a simple path but on multiple scales, and is therefore able to visualise the structure of both the music, and the sounds that make it. Harlizius-Klück and McLean had coincidentally worked with space-filling curves in their respective work before meeting, which created an opportunity to bring both together in considering how weaves can represent sound.