Matter that Moves: An Exhibition of 3D-Printed Fashion

Event Type: 
exhibition
Event Type: 
event
Start Date: 
12 Sep 2014
Hours: 
6:00PM-8:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Hotel Particulier, 4 Grand St., New York, NY
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Design: Hillary Sampliner, Andrea van Hintum & Billy Dang. Visual rendering: Casey Rehm

On September 12, 2014, Eyebeam and Shapeways presented a new collection of 3D-printed fashion garments. The work was produced during the Computational Fashion Master Class in July 2014, where ten fashion designers, engineers, and media artists from across North America and Asia came together to learn tech skills and collaboratively design work at the intersection of fashion and emerging technology. The exhibition takes place at Hotel Particulier in Manhattan, NY and is sponsored by CNL Mannequins and Joseph Cady.

The three exhibited garments were developed by multidisciplinary design teams using a combination of 3D print manufacturing and traditional fashion design techniques. Each piece functions as an extension or augmentation of the body, exploring concepts such as fashion as a "second skin," as well as responsive and kinetic structures that can change shape based on the body or environmental conditions. 

The Computational Fashion Master Class was a ten-day intensive co-organized by Eyebeam and Shapeways.  The class was hosted by NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, and supported in part by The Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund, CNL Mannequins, and Formlabs.

The class was taught by a group of leading designers from fashion, architecture, industrial design, and digital art, including Casey Rehm, Bradley Rothenberg, Lauren Slowik, Lisa Kori Chung, Ryan Kittleson, Arthur Young-Spivey, Gabi Asfour, and Sabine Seymour.

Design Teams

Bo Kyung Byun & CiCi Wu

May-Li Khoe, Danielle Martin & Benjamin Cramer

Hillary Sampliner, Andrea van Hintum & Billy Dang

Computational Fashion is an Eyebeam initiative bringing together artists, fashion designers, scientists, and technologists to explore emerging ideas and develop new work at the intersection of fashion and technology. Computational Fashion consists of research fellowships, panel discussions, workshops, and exhibitions.

 
Projects: Computational Fashion
People: Arthur Young-Spivey, Bradley Rothenberg, Casey Rehm, Erica Kermani, Gabi Asfour, Keren Oxman, LaJune McMillian, Lauren Slowik, Paul Amitai, Sabine Seymour
Tags: 3D printing, Computational Fashion, Fashion, wearable technology