Embodied Evolution is a student design competition that investigates the fusion between fashion and human form.
Late registration deadline: 04/17.
The contemporary design environment has been influenced simultaneously by the biology of human form and the synthetics of technological innovation. This competition calls for innovative ways for the body and clothing to interface as a single entity. Students will fabricate wearable armor, gear, or prosthetic prototypes that reconsider the body as part of, not separate from, the design environment in which we exist.
All SCAD student artists and designers are welcome to participate. Students may compete individually or in teams of up to three people. Interdisciplinary collaborations are encouraged. Entries may be fabricated by any means necessary, but must be wearable.
Students may register Online at https://www.facebook.com/embodiedevolutioncomp. Entry Fee due at the time of registration: $10 Individual Entries; $30 Teams Submissions.
Entries must be received by: April 10, 2014.
Entries will be submitted to Natallie Santiago or Robert Hon.
Entrants will be required to submit the following physical materials: Physical Prototype (must be wearable).
Title of submission and short statement of intent (50 words max.).
PDF file of any other illustrations, photographs, drawings, etc. (Optional)
$300 Grand Prize
$200 Second Place
$100 Third Place.
Please direct any additional questions to Natallie Santiago at firstname.lastname@example.org