a 21st-Century Revolution in Art, Fashion and Design
of Modern Art
Coded Cloth is an exhibition of electronic textiles, wearable art and interactive clothing. Each intricate and unique artwork seamlessly combines traditional skills with innovation and creativity to express the philosophy and personality of its creator(s). The embedded electronics, interactive textiles, encoded knowledge and living fabrics produce a surprising, astounding and inspirational glimpse into our coded future...
Coded Cloth: a 21st-Century Revolution in Art, Fashion and Design
Leonardo Vol. 42, No. 5, MIT Press, USA, p 386-393
Franklin, Fibre Reactive, [2004-2008] orange bracket fungi (Pyconporus
coccineus) silk, organza, perspex, wood.]
[Image: High Tea With Mrs Woo, Hidden detail  cotton, silk, polyester, conductive thread, nylon ripstop, nichrome, copper, PVC, wire, NI-MH rechargeable batteries. Flat garment dimensions: 115 x 45 x 3 cm.]