Outline of project, purpose/goal:

Titled 'Multiplicity' , this collection is inspired by structural principles from nature and of kaleidoscopic choreography.


A multiplicity of single elements form intricate structural patterns. The serial integration of crisp gilded elements results in visual illlusions, which are amflified by the movement of wearer. The polished surfaces refelct the multiplicity within the whole structure. The viewer is reflected in and contributes to the generation of optical effects, inviting playful interaction between wearer and viewer.




Start date of project and duration:

(Currently developing ) From August of 2013



Location of project:
London, UK


Requested funding amount:
$400



Other information, e.g. images or other relevant (visual) documentation to further illustrate project:


 

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