Artist Yin Gao's recent project (No)where (No)here consists of two gaze-activated dresses, with silky, organza fabrics taking on the appearance of glowing jellyfish, complete with swirls of phosphorescence threads that seem to float against the commands of gravity. As your gaze passes over them, eye-tracking sensors set the fibers in motion, and when you look away, they stop. The effect is wonderfully poetic and organic, inviting comments and debate into why we choose to dress the way we do and our attention-seeking tendencies. The pieces are due to be exhibited at the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art in November and serve as a stunning example of how today's artists are continually looking to push the boundaries of contemporary art, interactive technology and fashion.
Watch the video below to see the dresses in motion: