Choreographed Geometry investigates and stages geometrical organization and textile materiality, mapping social relations of and in space. The garment consist of modules that each relat to the human body, varying in scale and geometry. The joined single modules form a geometric field. The size of this artificial skin allows people to interact with, mediating spatial relationship and creating new spatial and social conditions by their own movements in space. Constraints for movement and usage within the system of the garment, such as materiality characteristics, joining, scale and geometry of different parts that are related to body extremities will govern behaviors.
The modulation of the body, once wrapped up, is revealed by emphasizing its stimulus potential regardless of underlying anatomy. The body is deformed or grotesquely reshaped by the textile device and new body constructs emerged by the interaction of its user.
Choreographed Geometry was supported by Akademie Schloss Solitude Stuttgart within the scope of a Resident Fellowship 2007-08.