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The 'E-Static Shadows' project was exhibited at the Dana Centre, Science Museum London for the first time on March 6th and from the 9th to the 11th 2009, 10 - 5pm.

The visitors of the installation were invited to act as players in this interactive design scenario, exploring the electrostatic fields of various materials in dialogue with their own bodies and the reactive electronic cloth. The soft installation registered the amount and intensity of the charges exposed to the sensory textile membrane and translated them into a series of transient audio-visual patterns.


It is hoped that 'E-Static Shadows' provokes a higher awareness of invisible static electricity and its hidden potential leading to a better understanding of interactions between people; people and objects/materials; people and space.

The interactive installation was accompanied by a public presentation by the research team and discussions with invited scientists.



The Dana Centre address:
The Science Museum's Dana Centre
165 Queen's Gate
South Kensington

Contributers to the exhibition and the public event

Dana Centre, Science Museum London

Dr. Frances Geesin, Reader in Materials and Textiles, London College of Fashion

Dr. Mark Miodownik, Materials Library,
Kings College London

Dr. Nilton Renno and Steven A. Rogacki,
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences,
University of Michigan

KASTILO (materials)