The entire circuit is attached with snaps and hooks allowing it to be completely removed when not in use. The light casts the triangles as silhouettes and shifts attention from the garment itself to the skin beneath. 

Photographs by Emerald Boes and Victoria Cardenas

          Over 500 wooden triangles make up a foreground hovering just above the wearer’s skin. Attached to the backs of several triangles are LED lights that project onto the skin. Located just below the right knee is a color sensor that manually takes readings to determine the color in which the LED’s illuminate. 

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