where art and technology collide
 
 

imagine a new world.  

 
 
 
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Our mission

to play, create and educate; inventing solutions to challenges unimaginable.

 
 

We’re an art and technology start-up with a bold vision to inspire a community connected through art and technology. 

 We are developing innovative arts programs and creative experiences, to inform, educate and inspire young people and the wider community about today’s world and into the future. and how wearable technology has a key role in connecting people and we are here to talk to everybody about 

The world of tomorrow, powered by technological innovation will demand creativity, adaptability, and an active engagement with sustainability and social responsibility.

We believe art and artists have a unique and valuable role in helping communities connect
 

2018 sARTorial
Fashtech Live Experience

16 JUNE at Harbourside Room, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney as part of VIVID Sydney - Vivid Ideas program.

Join our Fashion Technology live exhibition and cocktail party hosted by TV icon Nell Schofield, and presenting a mind-bending collection from the sARTorial fashion collective of 22 designers.

Guests can mingle with models and performers demonstrating prototype garments, with designers and engineers available to provide context for the concepts and technology being shown.

This is the newest frontier in fashion, where fibre, fabric and silhouette are merged with microcomputers, sensors and artificial intelligence, to amplify the environment-sensing abilities of the human body.

The goal is sartorial fashion elegance that informs the wearers sensory systems using scientific data.

sARTorial is a creative incubator and multi-faceted design project promoting excellence in research and practice. 

The sARTorial project brings together senior media artists and design and technology professionals with early career practitioners in collaborative teams and one on one mentorships to produce the interactive works for this  spectacular annual showcase..

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Mycelium Project

Zoe Mahony, Warren Armstrong, Sylvain Giroux

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Can’t Afford the Pain

ab:nb x Ladonna Rama

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Rhapsody in Blue

Nick Wishart, Mark Calicott

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Sofluro Safari

Billy Texas

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Element 8

Erica Gray,  Zoran Zivanovic

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Atomic Angel

Nelia Justo, Brian McNamara ,
Loc Nguyen

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Draped in Light

Kiri Pedersen,  William Goschnick

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DΩME

Rita Orsini

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Undercover

Konok.team with Zoe Mahony

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Crystal Matrix

Erica Gray, Zoran Zivanovic

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Prismatic

Nelia Justo,

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DE-Light

Lilian Hambling, Ahmad Mollahassani

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Ambiometric Nightscape

Jennifer Chua, Simon Harris

Artists connecting communities.

 
 
 
   Symbiont,   Erica Gray - sARTorial 2017  LED lighting, machine 3D printed components and sculpting with 3D printer pen  Model: Bella Louche

Symbiont, Erica Gray - sARTorial 2017
LED lighting, machine 3D printed components and sculpting with 3D printer pen Model: Bella Louche

Wearable Tech: Intelligent Clothing

We are beginning to see some exciting experiments with art, fashion and technology,  drawing  attention to intelligent clothing and how it can enhance and augment our human experience. By presenting work at the intersection of visual art, wearable tech and 3D design, ARTeConnect  gives audiences access to practitioners working creatively and accessibly with the latest technology, including augmented and virtual reality, integrated circuitry and environmental sensors. 

  FASHTECH - wearable tech workshop, Orange NSW.  A  Colour City Creative  &  Community Connect Central Wes  t  project to empower youth, strengthen communities and enhance social wellbeing. Part of the Orange Youth Arts Festival (OYAF) and supported by Regional Arts NSW, Regional Partnerships fund and the Australia Council for the Arts

FASHTECH - wearable tech workshop, Orange NSW.
A Colour City CreativeCommunity Connect Central West project to empower youth, strengthen communities and enhance social wellbeing. Part of the Orange Youth Arts Festival (OYAF) and supported by Regional Arts NSW, Regional Partnerships fund and the Australia Council for the Arts

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Artist-led experiences

We have the skills and expertise to produce innovative arts programs and unique creative experiences, to inform, educate and inspire. This includes artist–led community workshops on new and emerging technologies, corporate and community events.

Our network of professionals from diverse fields of art, technology, heritage, community and education have the experience and passion to connect you to wide networks of artists and creative entrepreneurs who are working creatively with technology.