several pieces of everyday worn clothing that reveal or create patterns based on environmental conditions (e.g. sunlight, temperature, wind). for instance, a scarf changes the pattern on the textile surface (using thermochromatic ink) & even heats up when it detects that it is cold outside. a carrying bag lights up in dynamic grid-like patterns depending on local sounds, using electro-luminescent film & synthetic fabric.
these prototypes explore properties of person-to-person communication, proximity, & environmental sensitivity as expressive properties that can be worn.