Ex Machina is a multi faceted exploration of identity and communication especially with regards to human machine interface.
The Ex Machina costume serves to augment the performer’s body, voice and movement with sculpted armour, rebound boots, vocal modulation and sensors that translate movement into light and sound that is played back via built in speakers.
Flexi firm, hi density foam, silver taffeta, black polyester twill, spandex, stretch bubble silk, Fosshape, black patent leather, fibre optics, tubular crin, plexiglas rod, construction helmet, glue gun, latex contact cement, thread.
Designer – Angela Dale
Angela Dale is a costume designer, educator and artist based in Black Diamond, Alberta, Canada who likes to make magic with fabric.
Her work on numerous film, dance and theatrical productions has led to creating performative costumes that incorporate a mix of traditional techniques and modern technology.
On The Runway
Ex Machina | Designer: Angela Dale | Model: Christina Robertson | Photography: Jeff McDonald
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