Remote Embodiments

Remote Embodiments explores the medical and empathic potential of wearable technology, as strangers encounter one another through the common language of dance, remote embodiment and the integrated circuit.

The story follows Alice, a cyborg, as she encounters an array of different people on her path toward becoming human.

The LED jewelry featured in Remote Embodiments was developed through a research collaboration with Anke Loh together with Stretchable Circuits GbR and the Fraunhofer Institute Berlin, Germany.

The preview is viewable below and a longer version (8.5 min) is available on request, with a password.

Remote Embodiments was produced in association with filmmaker Daniele Wilmouth and fashion designer Anke Loh.

Collaborators: List of project credits.