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Rodolfo Rodriguez visits File 2017, International Festival of Electronic Language, in SP. See Amy Karle's work starting at :14
“I use new technology and the body to make art and design work and in the process of creating the work I’m using technology that can actually be used to heal and enhance the body” – Amy Karle
Transmedia artist and designer Amy Karle uses mind and body as her creative medium. Her techniques can be used to make clothing, but are not limited to art and fashion as there are many possibilities for implementation in industrial design and medicine. (translated)
Mônica Bergamo | Society Column The FILE Electronic Language International Festival exhibition was opened with the presence of the president of the institution, curators of the show, and artist Amy Karle who has exhibited works at the show... (translated)
The artworks at FILE play with senses and cause unusual sensations of visitors that turn the mood of how we perceive reality. This exhibition brings together the latest contemporary works of art that use technological resources to conceive works in artistic expression. This American artist [Amy Karle] who created dresses from body scans and digital manufacturing discusses how we all speak electronic language and communicate through digital media.(translated)
Art is said to imitate life. In the case of American artist Amy Karle, this statement is almost literal. Joining mind, body, science and technology in a creative process called bio-art, Amy makes fashion that mimics the body. (translated)
Cited as the most relevant event of electronic art in Latin America, the International Festival of Electronic Language (FILE) event … including the selection of the fashion work of American Amy Karle [caption] … aims to make the public experience and reflect on the new concepts that the Electronic art carries with it, as the active participation of people with the work... (translated)
Um dos destaques do evento é sem dúvida a coleção Diálogo Interno da artista norte-americana Amy Karle, que explora detalhes da anatomia humana em roupas conciliando técnicas de costura ao high tech, como impressão 3D e corte a laser.
Switching up conventions about the body and beauty, the selections from her “Internal Collection” showing at FILE represent internal anatomy in external wearable form. Merging anatomy, fashion, and technology, each piece is created by hand and digital manufacturing technologies. By depicting designs inspired by anatomy, this work communicates that, when we share our likeness and what is going on inside of us, an opportunity is offered for finding beauty within ourselves and connection with others.
For Amy Karle, fashion offers the opportunity to change identity and the way they feel about ourselves. In making her recent dresses, she shows what is inside everyone that we all have in common: organs, bones, blood. To create her clothes, the designer uses the 3D printer [digital manufacturing and laser cutting] in order to create something totally new. She explains that by learning about the digital manufacturing technologies, her brain went to work in a different way, making her have more innovative ideas than she would have if she were making clothes in the traditional way alone. (translated)
Amy Karle tem feito muitas peças de roupas usando esse método tecnológico e artístico ao mesmo tempo. Ela se inspira na biologia para criar incríveis roupas como essa que se parece com pulmões.
A artista e designer transmídia Amy Karle utiliza a mente e o corpo como seu meio criativo. Trabalhando através de uma variedade de plataformas, a obra de Amy questiona o que significa ser humano através da criação de projetos que estão ao redor ou sobre o corpo. Amy Karle primeiramente desenhou à mão formas inspiradas no pulmão humano e outros elementos da natureza que depois foram ampliados no computador e adequados ao formato de seu corpo.