Indice de l'indifférence
Statistics and social criticism meet in the style variation project Indice de l’indifférence. Ten unconventional white shirts were created using data from online surveys, specifically the number of times the option “I’m indifferent” has been recorded to answer a question. The entire pattern was altered by the compiled data (which was transferred using programming language Lingo), including the angle of the collar, the length of the pocket and the depth of the folds. Ying Gao’s shirts reflect society’s indifference to a wide array of cultural, political and social issues.