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New beginnings, senses, faces, and filters.

June 3, 2020 |

After presenting our project Hegemony of Vision at the project fair, we decided to split as a group and work in pairs to build on our ideas in differing directions. As a pair we will be focusing less on a final … Read More

Digital Isovist – Data Augmented Spaces

April 28, 2020 |

Isovist is defined as “a set of all points visible from a given vantage point in space” (Benedikt, 1979). Although isovist refers to physical visibility, our interest lies in how digital information can affect our isovist. As demonstrated by our … Read More

Preliminary Work In Progress Report Project Your Reality Is Not My Reality

April 27, 2020 |

We live in a world where all your opinions are expressed through media platforms. Trends, ability to edit your personal information, appearances, speeches and more allows us to construct our desirable persona – one that comes from but separated from your reality. What happens in the multiplicity of simulations? Who is affected and who is responsible? We present to you MKST – a humorous take on how online media affects all of us. Starting with you switching on your TV, the news is broadcasting: A case of murder just took place…Read More

we.ar: Designing for Exposure

September 30, 2019 |

How can we change the current global water crisis problem by creating exposure to people and improve their relationship with their garment?

Acknowledging people’s habit in consuming fast fashion and the fact that the fashion industry is the second-largest polluter, … Read More

Skin Colouration in Silicone Wearables

September 19, 2017 |

According to Witzany (Witzany, 2014) communication between organisms in all domains, from bacteria and fungi, to mammals, including humans, is necessary in order to coexist. In all the kingdoms of life, no coordination or organisation is to be … Read More

Aposema: Identity Altering Face Prosthesis

September 18, 2017 |

Technology is playing a growing role in extending our physical senses and abilities, constantly modifying and deforming our bodies. One of the oldest examples of body extensions is clothing. An ancient technology developed for protection, that with time … Read More