Currente Calamo, which means “running pen” is Latin for speaking off-the-cuff. Each garment has a handwoven LED display and a digital print that announces the bluetooth address of each garment. The displays can be reprogrammed wirelessly, or activated with the White Touchpad Dress (above).
Early Tunic and Vest. (2005) Vest for “Twining” performance with Yacov Sharir. (2006)
Details of “Twining Vest” (2006)
Sample of wire wrap grid. (2004) Early LED fabric. (2004) Two photos by Paul Litherland
Samples of red LEDs and yellow Electroluminiscent wire embedded in handmade paper.