Living clothes are garments that move, act and feel like a living creature. The Living Clothes movement started in the early 1980s with the movie Живые Одежды (Zhivye Odezhdi) by Larisa Shepitko. Living clothes can be a part of an art performance or dance, worn as costumes for cosplay events, used in theater productions or made merely for fun.
Living Clothes as a Part of Art Performance
Living Clothes are often handmade and meant to be part of art performances. They can take long periods of time to make, depending on the complexity of their movements. Living Clothes are almost always sewn together because it’s relatively easy to integrate different materials into clothing than other objects. Living Clothes can be made from any material and with a variety of patterns. Living Clothes are also often custom-made for the specific person they will be used by, in order to ensure proper fit. Living clothes seem to have originated as extensions of a growing interest in surrealism during the 1980s. Living clothes can move or behave like living creatures because they are sewn together with moving parts that give them the illusion of life. The seams demonstrate string theory in practice, which shows how space comes together to make matter that represents our physical reality. Living Clothes can sometimes involve animatronics as well, creating costumes that come alive on their own.
Living Clothes Outfit
Living clothes are outfits worn during cosplay events, theater productions or just for fun. Living clothes that are made for cosplay events usually have to meet certain criteria, like fitting the style of the character portrayed and being well-made. Living clothes can also be made as a hobby, with no specific plan or person in mind. Living clothes costumes worn during cosplay events often display subtle movements instead of performing grand gestures because this is more likely to happen when people wear them. Living clothes costumes worn for theater productions often incorporate animatronics and other technologies to show the audience how they move and behave like living creatures. Living clothes made for fun are usually just regular outfits that move or behave like living creatures because they can. Living clothes made for fun don’t have a specific purpose; their only goal is to surprise and amuse people with something they aren’t expecting. Living
Clothes made for fun are often worn by one person and meant to be part of a performance.
People Wearing Living Clothes since 1980:
People have been wearing Living Clothes since as early as the 1980s. Living clothes range from those that are just regular outfits with moving parts, like the Living Dress and Living T-shirt, to animatronic costumes incorporating robotics technology. The Living Dress is an example of a living shirt that uses magnets to stand upright on its own, while the Living T-shirt is a mechanical hand sewn into a t-shirt that can spell out words at key moments in performances. Living socks designed by roboticist Sebastian Masuda may also count as Living Clothes because they move around when you’re not looking at them. The creator of these socks, which are called Living Socks , says they are a prototype for future Living Clothes that could be used to give silent messages. He also designed Living Slippers with the same goal in mind. Living clothes can be found all over the world, including places like Japan and Germany where Living Clothes are encouraged as art forms.
People who wear Living Clothes often enjoy them because Living Clothes come alive when people aren’t looking at them. For example, wearing Living T-shirts can transform words printed on your shirt into living creatures that speak only when you tilt your head to one side or turn around quickly without noticing what’s on your shirt first.
Living Clothes is an expression of creativity that involves sewing together materials into garments that move, act and feel like living creatures. Living Clothes can be used for theatre productions or made as a hobby