This phenomenological garment is a prosthetic device designed to target the immediacy of the human skin by filtering sensations on the neck, shoulder, and ear of the person wearing it. Evolving from the architectural vocabulary of the Sensory Pavilion, the garment is comprised of a series of apertures of variable sizes that expose certain areas of the skin to the elements while simultaneously restricting others. Such duality helps to create a conflicted effect that allows the person to experience and become aware of the subtleties of the phenomena present at the site.
EOstudio | New Orleans, LA | 2021