The starting point for my research was 3D anaglyph technology The stereoscopic 3D effect obtained by coding the image of each eye using different color filters, usually red and cyan.
The visual cortex of the brain merges this image with the perception of a three-dimensional composition.
I wanted to explore the relationship between what the eye sees and how the brain processes the information.
In my creative practice it was important for me to understand and appropriate anaglyph technology in order to rework its principles and innovate through the yarns, techniques and volumes.
My three-dimensional approach is above all a sculptural process which allows me to create graphic and kinetic looks whereby the body and the garment become one, proposing a new anatomy.
I seek to redefine knitwear, to push it to its paroxysm, beyond the idea that we have about knitting and its construction.
I do not cut or drape my knits, I sculpt and thermoform them.
In this digital world, at the beginning of a new era, where fashion is visually redefined. My desire for this collection was to obtain an almost virtual vision, a garment without any mass, knitting perceived almost as a hologram. It is above all a collection that questions the perception of the spectator.