” Anouk describes her system as a factory that will produce her series of dresses. She turns the expectations of handmade-unique, factorymade-identical upside down by sewing her dresses to be identical fluid displays and letting the technology execute the part that makes it unique. In this process she makes the technology co-creator of her work. “
The dress includes valves that are controlled to pump ink slowly when the piece is worn, creating interesting patterns and a one-of-a-kind outfit for every wearer.
The Pseudomorphs neckpiece is controlled through a pressure and control system with pneumatic control valves that allow the ink to be pumped through the tubes and into the design. The electronics are powered by a single 9 Volt battery.
Tech-Couture is getting more and more popular, after the “Instant Spray Clothing“, here is the Self-Painting Dress by Dutch haute-tech designer Anouk Wipprecht, developed by Pseudomorphs. The tech-dress is controlled by pumps ink which are slowly transforming the ink into display to create illusions around the body.