Angella Mackey is a design researcher in the Netherlands.

Mackey is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie doctoral fellow at Eindhoven University of Technology and Philips Lighting Research.

For a decade her practise as a designer investigated wearable technologies in art, research and commercial contexts. She has designed functional garments in a wide range of industries, from medical to commercial space flight, and lectures on the social and practical design challenges for integrating electronics into fashion. Most notably, she founded Vega Wearable Light, a line of illuminated outerwear for style-conscious cyclists from 2010-2014.

Mackey's doctoral research focuses on explorations of everyday clothing practice as a platform for gaining insight into how fashion can combine with technology. She investigates fashion expressivity as it manifests through computational and digital forms.


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