In the design account Bakker and Van Leersum lay stress on the simple method of fabrication, the greater freedom of movement and the possibility of 'correcting' the shape of the body. They were convinced of its potential for mass-production. More than just an experiment with form, the design makes a critical comment on the phenomenon of clothing as a means of distinguishing oneself socially. A window at breat height, a cube to accentuate the penis and a see-through vacuum-pack outfit to cover the entire body give the design an ironic undertone. The project was presented in the living room gallery of Art & Project in Amsterdam-Zuid. (15 variations)
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Material: polyester, nylon, cork, plastic, wood