SENSEries: playable head-wear combining fashion and music #WearableWednesday
SENSEries is project that combines music and fashion into a sort of wearable instrument. Check out more at their site here.
The SENSEries project, a collaboration between milliner and headwear designer Jodie Cartman and musician and instrument builder Crewdson. A partnership thriving and developing in producing fascinating objects that can be both worn and performed. SENSEries began in 2014 and already has a number of items both complete and in the process of being realised including the ‘Sonic Bonnet’ which was created for the Crewdson & Cevanne folk project, and the ‘Chromehatic’ modelled and performed by FEMME. The designs and technology have been prototyped on a range of performers and musicians including at the National Theatre in London and the Deutsche Opera in Berlin.
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