From September 10 until December 4, Marloes ten Bhömer and Melissa Coleman present CODED_COUTURE at the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita
From September 10 until December 4, Marloes ten Bhömer and Melissa Coleman present their exhibition CODED_COUTURE at the Ulrich Museum of Art (Wichita State University).
CODED_COUTURE is an exhibition that proposes a new interpretation of couture where coding is the ultimate design tool for creating customized garments and accessories. The works displayed range from forward-looking garments and accessories to video projections, objects, drawings, photographs, and interactive applications that provide the public with greater insights into what the future of fashion may hold. The exhibition features work by 10 international designers.
Critically acclaimed designer Marloes ten Bhömer produces shoes that are both provocative and otherworldly. Her work fuses artistic and technological experiment in order to discover shoes anew. Ten Bhömer’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally and she gives lectures about her work worldwide. She takes on challenging commissions from galleries and private clients.
Melissa Coleman is a wearables artist working in The Hague, the Netherlands. Melissa’s work focuses on the relationship between the human body and technology. Her key areas of interests are electronic textiles, old media, the performative body and sense augmentation. Melissa teaches do-it-yourself electronics and electronic textiles at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and interaction lab at the Willem de Kooning Academie in Rotterdam.