Data Collection 

Curated by Marie Katherine Vigneau



January 12-January 20, 2016 

CP Projects Space, 132 W 21st St, 10th Fl, New York, NY 10011


CP Projects Space is proud to present the work of Mary Huang, current Artist-in-Residence of the School of Visual Art’s Visible Futures Lab. The exhibition is curated by Marie Katherine Vigneau, Curatorial Fellow in the Masters program in Curatorial Practice at SVA. Huang is the founder of Brooklyn-based Continuum Fashion. Her work reflects her fluency in 3D design, digital manufacturing, and code to redefine the craft and experience of fashion. Her collections largely focus on soon-to-exist futures that intersect personal expression, consumer goods, and fabrication processes. In Data Collection, she explores patterns we track in our daily lives, while bringing new meaning to the term “data visualization.” 

As Huang states: “We believe that fashion should express how we live our digital lives, and that products express the process and story of their creation. We consider that the most beautiful fashion would be created entirely by robots, in an autonomous choreography, without any human labor.”