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  • Introduction to Computational Fashion

    Hussein Chalayan, Before Minus Now. Photo: Chris Moore
    new york NEW YORK

    Join Eyebeam Art + Technology Center for a public presentation and reception as they launch their latest initiative, Computational Fashion in New York. Bringing together artists, scientists, technologists and the fashion industry, Computational Fashion explores cutting edge ideas at the convergence of fashion and creative technology.

    “An Introduction to Computational Fashion: Transforming design, textiles and the social experience around wearable technology” w/ Gabi ASFOUR, Sabine SEYMOUR, & Katherine ISBISTER
    Wednesday, 12/12
    6.00 pm / Eyebeam Art + Technology Center
    540 W. 21st St.
    New York, NY 10011

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    The inaugural event will feature presentations by Gabi Asfour, fashion designer and co-founder of threeASFOUR, Sabine Seymour, designer, writer, and professor of fashionable technology at Parsons, and Katherine Isbister, computer scientist and research director of the Game Innovation Lab at NYU-Poly.

    Gabi Asfour will present the cutting edge work designed by threeASFOUR and their recent collaborations with technologists in digital fabrication. Dr. Sabine Seymour will discuss synergies between fashion and technology by presenting state-of-the-art artistic and technology examples such as smart textiles that have the potential to function as a second skin to re-create, modify or extend the body through technology. Dr. Katherine Isbister will present her research conducted at the Game Innovation Lab that explores ways to broaden the emotional and social palette that technology offers us by building and testing prototype systems using a wide range of the latest sensing and feedback technologies. Isbister will also discuss her current collaborative work with Eyebeam Fellow Kaho Abe, funded as part of the Computational Fashion initiative.

    Computational Fashion is supported in part by the Rockefeller Foundation NYC Cultural Innovation Fund.

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    Image credit: Hussein Chalayan, Before Minus Now (Spring/Summer 2000). Photo: Chris Moore.

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