The collection "Lucent Apparel" is located in the tension between the loss of privacy, in a world of increasing surveillance technologies, and fashion, which predominantly wants to create visibility and public identity for the wearer.
Fashion design draws from the fascination of our society, to observe ourselves and others. The collection uses over-visibility for strategies of invisibility.
In "Lucent Apparel" the image of the bearer blurs in clothing that reflects light and radiates in a way that makes people unrecognizable. In contrast to the possibility of hiding the face behind a textile, it will be invisible through outshine and reflections.
The projected images of biometric characteristics such as fingerprints refer to the problematic new "Culture of Hypervisibility."