Casting of a SoundCurtain prototype silicone core on a 75micron mylar film. The silicone layer is assembled in flexible sandwich construction with a think mylar film screen-printed with a pattern that acts as speaker and mic wiring. Andreas Raptopoulos filmed by Martha Sakellariou.
The SoundCurtain is an electronic device that creates algorithmic music that adjusts to the listener’s environment. Learn more at futureacoustic.com. Devices Single Layer Prototype (can be used in combination with velvet and other textiles) components: 75micron mylar film screenprinted with conducting silver/epoxy ink, microphone, sound processing/producing electronics, NXT exciters dimensions: height 2000mm, width 1000mm weight: 0.75 kg Multi […]
The body seen through the disposable nature of the garment. Five hundred layers of dress patterns and fragmented body images. Some presented in the form of folded dress patterns whille others are used to produce 3-d dresses. Media: hand sewn dress from tissue paper, pencil drawing and photo transfer on tracing paper, 500 […]