April 15, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne
Nike is big on natural motion. It’s an idea that they’ve invested a lot of time, money, and footwear into over the years, with technologies like Nike Free and Nike Flyknit hinging on the ability to let the foot act as it would sans-sneaker. Exploring this notion is the Art & Science of Natural Motion exhibit at Nike Stadium Milano, a set up that brings in digital artists Universal Everything, Daniel Widrig, and Quayola+Sinigaglia to interpret the principles of flex and fit. Continue reading for some shots from the space, which includes the coveted Nike Free Inneva Woven and Nike Flyknit Racer on display, and watch for the exhibit to hit Tokyo, New York, and London throughout 2013.