Sarah Kettley
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  • Edinburgh/Nottingham
  • United Kingdom
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I work in wearables coming from a contemporary jewellery perspective. Currently I am working with a technical textiles project at Nottingham Trent University, while producing my own work from a physical computing workshop in Edinburgh.
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Sarah Kettley's Blog

dancers sought for wearables project Nottinghamshire

Posted on April 27, 2010 at 10:58am 0 Comments

We are seeking three dancers to take part in our project, Aeolia, in the centre of Nottingham.



We are exploring the design process of textile sensors on the body and have been working with cellist Peter Gergson and sound engineer Yann Seznec, showing at the MIT Media Lab, InSpace (Edinburgh) and the House of Lords (London) - yes, we were surprised too...



The next stage of the project is to introduce movement and we invite you to come and… Continue

Aeolia cello garment shown at TEI 2010

Posted on February 2, 2010 at 6:13am 0 Comments



Last week we presented our cello garment to the Tangible & Embedded crowd at MIT's Media Lab. The garment incorporates knitted stretch sensing being developd by Martha Glazzard to feed gestural data back into the performance in real time. The shirt was fitted for Peter Gregson, who does a lot of work with digital music, especially for New Media Scotland's 10th anniversary event last year, and has recently evolved from a proof of concept to a… Continue

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