CASE : IT Pieces - Phaser BoDies
for Ballet of Difference
For the dance piece 'Xerrox Vol.2' by Ballet of Difference, Flora Miranda designed not only the costumes but also a product derivative called ‘Phaser BoDies’.
The dance piece 'Xerrox Vol.2' is mainly inspired by the correlating musical piece by German musician and artist Alva Noto. Alva Noto is known for composing based on frequencies.
We generatively visualised the frequency of the music. With this visualisation we not only creates the costume designs, making the dancers wear the music on stage. But also, the 66 minutes of music resulted in 66 scarves, each looking different by visually showing the music's frequency. Like this, the ballet visitors were able to take the ballet costume out of the theater context into their own life.