Electricdreams

future symbioses …

Posted in Uncategorized by electricdream on October 30, 2012

Design-Led Futures: Emotional and Behavioral Response to Radical Future Concepts from Victoria University of Wellington
various student work including genetic symbioses

Stretchable Silicon Could Make Sports Apparel Smarter – Technology Review

Posted in technology, textile by electricdream on December 13, 2010

 

 

Stretchable Silicon Could Make Sports Apparel Smarter

via Stretchable Silicon Could Make Sports Apparel Smarter – Technology Review.

TED Talk, 2009: Art that looks back at you – Golan Levin and Collaborators

Posted in art, context by electricdream on April 21, 2010

The Bioluminescent Metropolis

Posted in art, design, future, surface by electricdream on February 6, 2010

Barking Mad with Jordan Benwick for code live

Posted in Uncategorized by electricdream on February 2, 2010

so glad this is going live tomorrow!

Barking Mad – Suzi Webster & Jordan Benwick from Jordan B on Vimeo.

Walter Van Beirendonck – Official Website

Posted in fashion by electricdream on January 5, 2010

Walter Van Beirendonck – Official Website.

all content in flash, so hard to link, but check out the archive of collections ….

one of my favorite men’s designers

LUCYANDBART

Posted in art, context, fashion, surface, textile by electricdream on January 5, 2010

LUCYANDBART.

This amazingly quirky duo never fail to amaze and delight, while disturbing too!

This image from Grow on you
Lucyandbart is a collaboration between artists Lucy McRae and Bart Hess. In it they imagine human bodies and faces physically altered with a shocking but artistic realism. Globules of foam, asymmetric spines fascinating and repugnant simultaneously, the pictures become even more disturbing because they don’t hint at the emotional state of the subject. Each transformed human looks blankly back at you, neither horrified or surprised or excited about their change of form, but merely present and allowing it to be shown to you. It’s that sort of lucid acceptance, clearly not hiding the kind of imperfections and oddities that society mostly trains us to be ashamed of, that make staring at these ‘mutants’ even more unnerving.
www.lucyandbart.com

S T E L A R C – bodies are both Zombies and Cyborgs

Posted in art, cyborg, technology by electricdream on January 5, 2010

We have never had a mind of our own and we often perform involuntarily … Ever since we evolved as hominids and developed bipedal locomotion, two limbs became manipulators and we constructed artifacts, instruments and machines …..

S T E L A R C.

Early Orta – the socioeconomic body

Posted in art, context, design, textile by electricdream on January 5, 2010

hyperlocal narratives

Posted in Uncategorized by electricdream on November 11, 2009

storyboarding
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