Social Fabrics: Wearable + Media + Interconnectivity

Garments functioning as a second-skin provide the foundation to intersect technology within the structural weave of cloth. They negotiate the relationship between private and public spaces, both defining our identity and place in society. Wearable Patterns are two optical-fiber dresses made from Luminex fabric are illuminated by LEDs and display moving color patterns. As the models approach one another, patterns on their dresses interact and co-adjust to complement each another.

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Updated 22 July 2009