Generative Wearable Art

Eliza Pratt (2021)

Eliza Pratt, a fourth-year undergraduate studying Product Design at CMU, wrote custom software in Python and JavaScript in order to computationally generate wearable art pieces. Pratt’s particular focus was on using simulated natural phenomena and emergent behaviors in order to synthesize 3D forms. With the support of Microgrant #2021-047 from the Frank-Ratchye Fund for Art @ the Frontier, Pratt was able to have the pieces digitally fabricated in metal with selective laser sintering.