Marlene Dumas(practitioner)

I searched Marlene Dumas who is a painter. Her works mainly with oil on canvas and ink on paper. She depicts the unique portrait. we associate her works with life. The theme of her works (portrait painting) contain a lot of sexual discrimination and gender issue. Besides,she depicts about racial discrimination. They are influenced her background. Her hometown is in Republic of South Africa that was oppressed under apartheid from 1948 to 1994. Therefore, her works portrays that desire to escape suffering and stand tall through.

Marlene Dumas

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For Whom the Bell Tolls 2008/www.artsy.net/artist/marlene-dumas

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Moshekwa 2006/www.artsy.net/artist/marlene-dumas

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Nuclear Family 2013www.artsy.net/artist/marlene-dumas

Wool(material)

A sheep's fleece is clipped off for wool. There are two types of wool that soft and hard. Mainly, Our living make use of soft wool. We can change them which various shapes and items. For instance, clothes, fabric and knit and others. Many people can handle this material. However, such as knitting wool, skill is sometimes needed. 
Wool has some features(advantage and disadvantage). 
1.Wool takes a dye well. 
2.wrinkle-free material. 
3.Wool has thermal and moisturizing. 
A potential of this material can find through those features. I searched about wool. Wool is an extraordinarily ingenious and versatile material that requires no chemistry lab to create, only land, food, water and of course a few sheep.

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Fabric for Fashion

Fashion(wool)

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Sumptuous oversized knit in violet wool by Josep Font,created by stuffing the large-scale plain knit with wadding and re-knitting to form the inflated silhouette/Fabric for Fashion

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Woollen underwear 1900s/Dr Gustave Jaeger(1832-1917)/Fabric for Fashion

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Aya Nakagawa for the A/W 2008 capsule collection/Fabric for Fashion

Workshop(wool)

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OF WOOL AND LOOM-The Tradition of Tibetan Rugs/Trinley Chodrak and Kesang Tashi

Knitting

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Knitty gritty/Aneeta Patel

My familiar wool

Layer(process)

This process called ‘layer’. It is used a lot in our life. For example, the function of computer, painted over and over again the wall, sections of the wood and pile thin sheets of dough the cake and so on. They don’t need specific tools and skills.

My familiar layer

Pierre Cardin

Pierre Cardin was born in San Biagio di Callalta(Venice, Italy).He is a fashion designer.He established a brand of the haute couture with an avant-garde style. His brand took the audience by storm from 1960s to 1970s. He became famous by his designs. Their designs are the avant-garde’s style(Geometric shapes (circles, triangles…)and similar the space age and so on). He especially like Geometric shapes. He created a lot of designs in the defiance of the feminine shape. In addition, he challenged a style in a unisex style. They were experimental, but were not practical. However, His ‘bubble dresses’ are a worldwide triumph.

Pierre Cardin

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Pierre Cardin as part of his 2009 S/S and A/W ready-to-wear fashion collection in Theoule-sur-Mer, southern France/China daily

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Necklace, photographed by Roland Bianchini 1969/The red list

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Pierre Cardin fitting a model 1980/The red list

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Coat late 1980s/The red list

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Dress 1968/The red list

Hussein Chalayan

Hussein Chalayan is a British/Turkish Cypriot fashion designer. He is known for being disdainful of celebrity fashion lines, especially Kate Moss’s fashion line for Top Shop. His work is very avant-garde and unusual. His designs go beyond fashion and question anthropology, environment, politics and philosophy supported by a magical mastery of technology. His much expected fashion shows often resemble contemporary art installations where transformation is the key concept.

Hussein Chalayan

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Nude Catwalk section 2015/dezeen

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Elastic Bodies section 2012/dezeen

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Table collection 2010/DELEMM.COM

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Hussein Chalayan 2003 s/s collection/sneakerlaundry

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Hussein Chalayan S/S 1998 ?Between? collection/VESTOJ

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Hussein Chalayan RTW SS 2000/JOELLE New York

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Compassion Fatigue 2005/HUssein Chalayan from fashion and back

 

Viktor&Rolf

Viktor&Rolf is a fashion brand based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The company was founded by Victor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren. The clothes that they designed have many works which fused by a fashion and art.

Viktor&Rolf

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Viktor&Rolf 2016 S/S collection/fashionsnap.com

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Viktor&Rolf 2010/11 A/W collection/fashionsnap.com

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Viktor&Rolf 2015 S/S collection/fashionsnap.com

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Viktor&Rolf  2013/14 A/W collection/Fashionsnap.com

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Viktor&Rolf 2016/17 A/W collection/http://www.viktor-rolf.com/haute-couture/

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Viktor&Rolf 2015/16 A/W collection/http://www.viktor-rolf.com/haute-couture/

Balenciaga

Balenciaga is a fashion brand that started by Cristóbal Balenciaga in 1914. The trademarks of Balenciaga are odd, feminine, yet undoubtedly modern shapes where some of the many. Balenciaga was known for starting his shows with a Little Black dress in the season's cut.Barenciago was described as an architect of the haute couture world in mode world of the early 20th century.

Balenciaga


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Cristobal Balenciaga, Wedding Dress and Hat 1967/The Red List
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Cristobal Balenciaga, Ensemble, photographed by Irving Penn 1950/The Red List

From 1950s to 1960s

The design which squeezed a waist with a corset was popular between 1950s and 1960s. However, Balenciaga published the works of the superficial form including a tunic dress(in 1955) and the case dress(in 1957) . As a result, Balenciago got much praise from many people. The dress became popular that the line of the body is shown neatly even if women do not use the corsets after the war. It expressed the aspect that women became active.

From 1950s to 1960s

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Cristobal Balenciaga, Dress 1956/ The Red List

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Lisa Fonssagrives in Cristobal Balenciaga Ensemble, photographed by Irving Penn for Vogue 1950/The Red List

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Cristobal Balenciaga, Coat, photographed by Irving Penn 1951/The Red List

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Cristobal Balenciaga, Coat, photographed by Philippe Pottier for L'Officiel 1956/The Red List

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Cristobal Balenciaga, Evening Dress, photographed by Henry Clarke 1951/The Red List

 

The present Balenciaga

Balenciago presents the products such as the leather goods, shoes. the bag, jewelry, the clock, the perfume. the body lotion mainly on women’s wear. In addition, the perfume bottle with the five-cornered section that is asymmetry or a bag, a wallet with the studs decoration are assumed the brand icon.

The present Balenciaga

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Balenziaga S/S 2016 ready-to-wear collection/FASHIONISERS

Rei Kawakubo

Rei Kawakubo is a fashion designer. The originator of the fashion brand is ‘Comme des Garcons( practically speaking, Avoir un sens de l’aventure comme des garcons). This brand established in 1969. She is an owner designer acting as a president-director from the establishment of the this brand to the present.

COMME des GARCONS

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COMME des GARCONS 2016/17 A/W Paris collection/WWD.JAPAN

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COMME des GARCONS 2015 S/S Paris collection/NOWFASHION

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COMME des GARCONS 2014 S/S Paris collection/Fashionsnap.com

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COMME des GARCONS 2016 S/S Paris collecton/WWD.JAPAN

Paris collection 1

She participated in a Paris collection for the first time in 1981. The then design was the Western design which a line of the body and the femininity were reflected on overall. However, her design was totally different from it. This design was linear and non-sexual. Therefore, the first Paris collection of her brand was made fun of with Hiroshima Schick that resembled rag cloth. But, the making of her clothes which were the avant grade gave the fashion world of Paris a big shock.

Paris collection1

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COMME des GARCONS Rag Look 1982-85/FASHIONZINE

Paris collection 2

She published the legendary black clothes in Paris in 1982. ‘The black clothes, the hole space knit(Hole Sweater)’ of Kawakubo who shook the world mode world which assumed Paris haute couture a top were referred to ‘a black shock’. There was the fashion journalist who named a black hole space sweater ’Sweater(Swiss cheese sweaters) of the Swiss cheese(hole autumn)’. The black hole space sweaters of Kawakubo were popular as ‘crow group’ ‘rag look’ in Japan. By the Paris collection of 1997, she designed the clothes which added an unnatural lump to a body. She established the position as the peakedness-like designer in a new concept to let a body and the mutual restraint of clothes loose.

Paris collection2

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COMME des GARCONS  Rag Look 1982-85/FASHIONZINE

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Crow Group 1982/FASHIONZINE

Alexander McQueen

Lee Alexander McQueen, CBE(17 March 1969 – 11 February 2010) was a British fashion designer and couturier.He is known for having worked as chief designer at Givenchy from 1996 to 2001 and for founding his own Alexander McQueen label.

Alexander Mcqueen

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Alexander McQueen 2008 ready-to-wear fashion collection in Paris collection/FASHIONSNAP.COM

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Alexander McQueen, dress from the Sarabande collection 2007/artcritical

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Alexander McQueen Dress A/W 2006-07/Sumally

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inferno Alexander McQueen

VOSS

McQueen's most celebrated and dramatic catwalk show was his 2001 Spring/Summer collection, named VOSS. The centre piece tableau that dominated the room was an enormous glass box. But because the room outside the box was lit and the inside of the box was unlit, the glass walls appeared as large mirrors, so that the seated audience saw only their own reflection. Finally, after an hour, and when the show began, lights came on inside the enormous glass case and revealed the interior to be filled with moths and, at the centre, a naked model on a chaise longue with her face obscured by a gas mask. The glass walls then fell away and smashed on the ground.

VOSS

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Alexander McQueen 2001 S/S collection/Cubic Muse

Final collection

Right before Alexander McQueen’s death, he had an eighty percent finished Autumn/Winter collection, 16 pieces, presented during Paris Fashion Week on 8 March 2010, to a select handful of fashion editors in a mirrored, gilded salon at the 18th-century Hôtel de Clermont-Tonnerre. Fashion editors picked his final designs. Editors said the show was hard to watch because it showed how McQueen was obsessed with the afterlife. The clothes had a medieval and religious look. Basic colours that were repetitively used were red, gold and silver with detailed embroidery. His models were accessorized to show his love for theatrical imagery. "Each piece is unique, as was he", McQueen's fashion house said in a statement that was released with the collection.

Final collection

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Alexander McQueen Final collection 2010 A/W /THE CUTTING CLASS

My favorite collection

Nils Volker

Nils Völker is a media artist based in Berlin whose creative path led from communication design to the use of physical computing. His artistic practice embraces electronics and programming, combined with a fascination for everyday objects and carefully selected fragile materials.

Nils Volker

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SEVENTEEN 2016/Tyvek, cooling fans, led, custom made electronics/http://www.nilsvoelker.com/content/seventeenGaiteLyrique/index.html

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BITS AND PIECES 2016/Hoberman spheres, wood, motors, custom electronics and programming/http://www.nilsvoelker.com/content/bitsandpieces/index.html

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THIRTY THREE (TRENTE TROIS) 2013/mylar, cooling fans, pvc, wood, custom made electronics and programming/http://www.nilsvoelker.com/content/thirtythree/index.html

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ONE HUNDRED FOURTEEN 2015/plastic bags, fans, wood, custom electronics and programming/http://www.nilsvoelker.com/content/onehundredfourteen/index.html

Ai Matsumoto

She is a Japanese artist. She actually has to pass the boundary or to imagine to get to the other side. 

Ai Matsumoto

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melting garden 2010

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melting line 2009

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subtle echo 2008

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approach 2009 

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mapping 2009/http://ai-matsumoto.weebly.com/works.html

Mark Borthwick

Mark Borthwick is a British photographer now living in Brooklyn, New York. His photos are often minimal and crisp, yet somewhat 'blown-out' in terms of colour saturation. He has contributed to many publications, including Vogue, George, Purple, and Index. He recently was responsible for all the album artwork and promotional material behind Passion Pit's new album "Gossamer".

Suzumi Noda

She develops the technique arranging through the works. She uses the technique for other materials. They change the art works by her ideas and technique.

Maurisio Anzeri

He works with sewing, embroidery and drawing to explore the essence of signs in their physical manifestation. He take inspiration from his own personal experience and observation of how, in other cultures, bodies themselves are treated as living graphic symbols. He then use sewing and embroidery in a further attempt to re-signify, and mark the space with a man-made sign, a trace. The intimate human action of embroidery is a ritual of making and reshaping stories and history of these people. He is interested in the relation between intimacy and the outer world.

Maurisio Anzeri

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Edith 2011/Embroidery on photograph/https://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/maurizio_anzeri.htm

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photographer Richard Burbridge/styling Robbie Spencer/artwork Maurizio Anzeri, for Dazed and Confused, June 2011/https://www.yatzer.com/The-embroidered-secrets-of-Maurizio-Anzeri

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Profile Blue 2012/Embroidery on photo/http://www.chapter.org/maurizio-anzeri-its-not-late-its-only-dark

Piper Shepard

Piper Shepard’s contemporary investigations of traditional textiles speak to the interconnected ways in which textiles represent culture.

Piper Shepard

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Dome 2011/handcut muslin, gesso, graphite, aluminum armature, steel cable/http://www.pipershepard.com/works/

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Eon 2008/Works from right to left: Sieve, Daisy Runners, Granulated Diamond/http://www.pipershepard.com/works/

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Iris 3:1 2013/digitally printed cotton, corsage pins on drywall/http://www.pipershepard.com/works/

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Daisy Wave 2010/digitally printed cotton, corsage and boutonnière pins/http://www.pipershepard.com/works/

Mike Kelley

Mike Kelley is widely considered one of the most influential artists of our time. Irreverent but deeply informed, topical yet visionary, Kelley worked in a startling array of genres and styles, including performance, installation, drawing, painting, video, photography, sound works, text, and sculpture. He also worked on curatorial projects; collaborated with many other artists and musicians; and left a formidable body of critical and creative writing. Starting out in the late 1970s with solo performances, image/text paintings, and gallery and site-specific installations, Kelley came to prominence in the 1980s with a series of sculptures composed of common craft materials. Featuring repurposed thrift store toys, blankets, and worn stuffed animals, the Half a Man series focused Kelley’s career-long investigation of memory, trauma, and repression, predicated on what the artist described as a “shared culture of abuse.”

Mike Kelley

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Untitled Photograph 1982/MIKE KELLEY

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Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction #34(The King and Us/The Queens and Me) 2010/lenticular panel,light box/MIKE KELLEY

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Switching Marys 2004-2005/MIKE KELLEY

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Installation view of Day is Done 2005/MIKE KELLEY

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City oooo 2011/tinted urethane resin on illuminated base/MIKE KELLEY

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Compound Temporal Conflation(Horizontal) #1-4 2002-2003/4 color photos framed/MIKE KELLEY

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From Ectoplasm Photographs series 1978/2009/15 chromogenic prints/MIKE KELLEY

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Deodorized Central Mass With Satellites 1991-1999/fiberglass,car print,electric machine with disinfectant mixture,found plush toys sewn over wood and chicken wire frame with Styrofoam packing material,steel frame,nylon rope,pulleys,hardwire,steel hanging plates/MIKE KELLEY

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Half a Man 1987-93/MIKE KELLEY

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Infinite Expansion 1983/MIKE KELLEY

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Tactile Structures(primary research)

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Public Art(primary research)

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Angel Wings 2003/Wolfgang Buttress and Fiona Heron/N1 Retail Plaza, The Angel, Islington

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Halo 2003/Wolfgang Buttress and Fiona Heron/N1 Retail Plaza, The Angel, Islington

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Forms Shaped Through Time/Sol Bailey Barker

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Thomas Becket1970-71/Edward Bainbridge Copnall/St Paul?s Churchyard

Analyse&annotate(public art)

Yuki Torimaru's works associated me of seams. Because his works often use the pleats that are delicate lines. In addition,the seams are very familiar skills for me. I think that those are very alike. I tried to combine them in a garment and drawing.I thought about the parts about the seams. They have some parts. For example, the decoration stitch, connecting of the cloth,sew the clothing parts and others. I incorporated all those elements in my garment in this puroject.

Yuki Torimaru

He studied architecture before becoming a textile engineer. Technique of drape and pleats is used for his work very well. The women in his clothes can thereby obtain a feminine line. He is a famous fashion designer. Because Princess Diana wore his blue dress.

Yuki Torimaru

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Silk gauze blouse,leather belt and lycra leggings/YUKI A/W1992/GNYUKI TORIMARU LONDON

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Silk organza jacket and lycra body stocking/YUKI S/S 1991/GNYUKI TORIMARU LONDON

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Pleated silk and polyester organza cocktail dress/YUKI S/S 1988/GNYUKI TORIMARU LONDON

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Pleated polyester evening ensemble/YUKI S/S 1992/GNYUKI TORIMARU LONDON

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in 1991/YUKI

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in 1995/YUKI

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YUKI

Tactile Structure(primary research 2)

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Installation view Drake Hotel/Toronto,Canada,2007/SERGEI SVIATCHENKO Collage&Architectural Illustration 2004-2012

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Envision/Aarhus,Denmark,2009/SERGEI SVIATCHENKO Collage&Architectural Illustration 2004-2012

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Benoit Lemoine/Zip Tape 2007/Brussels/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Mentalgassi/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Bethany Bristol/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Hack Design/Open Burble Burble/Singapore 2006&Burble London 2007/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Kristen TRUTH Czaplicki/Untitled 2007/Lodz&Wroclaw/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Simone Decker/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Comfort #6 2008/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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The Partners/The Grand Tour 2007/London/photos by The Partners&Matt Stuart/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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MSLK/Marc S.Levitt&Sheri L.Koetting/Watershed 2009/New York/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Natural Ways/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Samuel Francois/Pattern 2004-2007/URBAN INTERVENTIONS PERSONAL PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACES,gestalten

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Yuko Takada Keller/Pointillism in the air/PAPER WORKS,GINGKO PRESS

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nendo/Established&Sons/PAPER WORKS,GINGKO PRESS

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Mia Pearlman/Imaginary Weather/PAPER WORKS,GINGKO PRESS

James Theseus Buck

James Theseus Buck is a fashion designer. He was born in Brighton. He graduated from Central St. Martins’ MA Fashion course in 2015 and has worked freelance for brands including Ashish, Yeezy and J.W. Anderson. He styles and art directs editorials for media including Man About Town and Marfa Journal.

James Theseus Buck

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James Theseus Buck A/W 2015 collection/http://fuckingyoung.es/james-theseus-buck-fallwinter-2015/

Luke Brooks

Luke Brooks is a knit designer.He was born in London and graduated from Central St. Martins’ MA Fashion course in 2012. Since then he has worked independently, creating small non-seasonal collections, pop-up shops and commissions. His work has featured in media including Dazed, V and Nylon, and has been exhibited internationally.

Luke Brooks

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A still of a Luke Brooks wax-rubbed Tyvek dress, rubbed from a 19th Century New England gravestone/http://www.biennial.com/blog/2015/06/01/Meet-dazzling-designers-luke-brooks-and-beth-postle

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Luke Brooks at London Fashion Week A/W 2012/http://www.livingly.com/runway/London+Fashion+Week+Fall+2012/Luke+Brooks/n_do66lXfHC

The making process of the stuffed toy

1.When produce a stuffed toy, draw a sketch image if it is a character and a mascot. The form of the stuffed toy from a photograph when produce the form of the animal. 
2.choose color,material,designs of the cloth to use for a stuffed toy. Because there are a lot of variety of clothes. 
3.resolve a stuffed toy into every parts such as a hand, a foot, the body and so on, and make a paper pattern. 
4.based on the paper pattern which make a die, can easily die cloth out of them by press. 
5.It often becomes the complicated form when resolve every parts. Therefore may produce it with a press machine. 
6.sew each part together by a sewing machine. Regardless of the size and design of the stuffed toy, produce all it by handmade.
7.cut down cotton and plastic beads in the stuffed toy that did into a bag form. A feeling of appearance and feel varies according to quantity and a kind to cut them down in it. 
8.sew the parts such as eyes and a nose, the button of clothes to miss it. They have various kinds of parts and are used to the making of expression and the personal ornaments of the stuffed toy.
9.clear all production procedures, inspection and become the completion of the stuffed toy.

The making process of the stuffed toy

Art(stuffed toy)

The making process of the cotton candy

1.The first step in making cotton candy is converting the granular sugar into fine filaments. To do this, solid sugar is placed in a large, stainless steel hopper. This hopper has a tapered bottom, which funnels the sugar into the extruder. The extruder is a rotating metal cylinder, which has holes along its sides and is equipped with a heating element.
 
2.Inside the extruder, the sugar is heated such that it melts and becomes a molten liquid. The spinning extruder then throws the strands of liquid sugar out in all directions through the holes in its sides. As it exits the extruder, the liquid sugar cools and forms solid strands. These strands, which are the fibers used to make cotton candy, are collected in a large circular pan surrounding the extruder. To prevent coagulation of the strands, moisture is minimized during this phase of manufacture.

The making of the cotton candy

Cotton candy

Cotton candy is a light and fluffy sugar confectionery which resembles cotton wool. It is made by melting a sugar composition and spinning it into fine strands. The strands are then collected on a cardboard tube or bundled in a continuous mass. First developed over 100 years ago, cotton candy remains a favorite summertime candy at carnivals, amusement parks, and baseball stadiums. With the development of more efficient, automated machines it is expected that the market for cotton candy will substantially increase in the coming years.

The making of the cotton candy

Art (cotton candy)

Cotton Candy Flower

What's the point project(Day1)

I gathered three pictures that relate wool and knit, because I think there is still room for the improvement in a first project’s work. Those materials resembled various things by form. For example, a sea anemone, muscle and ceramics and so on.

My research images movie

I analyzed and researched an object.

I analyzed an object. It has some features. 
1.color- inside color is red, outside color is grey 
2.shape- a rough surface, the parts of object look like test tube
3.material- soft, plastics,glass
I think an object is small(flower) vase or a paperweight.

I researched Leonce Agdodjelou’s works through the library.

I found a picture from living Penn’ that relate Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou’s works. They have something in common. It is a traditional costume. The pictures show some people wearing the traditional costume. Their photographs associated me the old familiar customs. 

Madeleine Vionnet

Madeleine Vionnet was a French fashion designer. Born in Loiret, France, Vionnet trained in London before returning to France to establish her first fashion house in Paris in 1912. She Called the “ Queen of the bias cut" and "the architect among dressmakers", Vionnet is best known today for her elegant Grecian-style dresses and for popular the bias cut within the fashion world and is credited with inspiring a number of recent designers. She made in many styles of the ancient Greece with a bias cut. She published some works that took off a corset and the simple dress along the physical line.

About bias cut

’Bias cut’ was created in the 1920s. It is the one of how to use cloth by the dressmaking. The ‘Bias cut’ is a technique used by designers for cutting clothing to utilize the greater stretch in the bias or diagonal direction of the fabric, thereby causing it to accentuate body lines and curves and drape softly. It can decreased some darts. For example, a full-skirted dress cut on the bias will hang more gracefully or a narrow dress will cling to the figure. Bias-cut garments were an important feature of the designs of Madeleine Vionnet in 1920s and 1930s and bias-cut styles are revived periodically. This technique was used in a dress for balls frequently. Because everyone can feel it that a feeling of fitting is good for the dress using the bias cut. As for it, how to use cloth does not have waste.It is a silhouette and the design which are beautiful reasonably in a minimum piece linear formed. In addition, this technique is good and to a dress of the long & Lean-style who was popular in the 30s (silhouette is thin and long), is used for a body-conscious body part and the expression of the skirt portion of a drifting silhouette. John Galiano produced a lot of works which were the elegance works using this technique.

Christian Dior

Christian Dior is a French fashion designer and is the brand name using the his name. This brand debuted by an haute couture collection of Paris in 1946(s/s). Christian Dior is a French luxury brand. This brand unfolds by total from a wear, to a bag,an accessory, jewelry and cosmetics. The Men’s brand name is Dior Homme. He published ’the corolla line’ in 1947. It called the elegant style that the long skirt of the ankle length, a waist that squeezed thin, a shoulder relaxedly which emphasized the curve that blew up in a petticoat. This design is called ’New Look’.

About shilhouettes(Christian Dior)

He produced new silhouettes(1948-Zigzag line 1950-Vertical line 1951-Oval line 1952-Sinuous line 1953-Tulip line 1954-H line 1955-A line 1956-Arrow line) in sequence. This brand has much influence now in the mode world.

Issey Miyake

Issey Miyake is a Japanese fashion designer. He participated in a Tore knit exhibition in 1970. At that time, he announced the new clothes that could disintegrate.

Issey Miyake

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Plastic Body 1980/Photo Daniel Jouanneau/http://mds.isseymiyake.com/im/en/work/

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ISSEY MIYAKE PERMANENTE 1986/Model Ellen Van Schylenburch (Contemporary Dancer) /PHOTOGRAPH BY SNOWDON CAMERA PRESS LONDON/http://mds.isseymiyake.com/im/en/work/

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Issey Miyake's collection

He participated in Paris collection for the first time in Issey Miyake A/W collection. He developed about ‘one piece of cloth’ which was the base of the clothes. As a result, his work crated the essence and function of the clothes that were not the Orient and West. It became ’the world clothes’. It fit a body comfortably without choosing the figure of the person who it can put them away compactly, and wears it without minding a wrinkle. The masterpiece‘pleats please’ announced in 1993 is these works that developed.

Issey Miyake's collection

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Issey Miyake

Yohji Yamamoto

Yohji Yamamoto is a Japanese fashion designer. He expands the Pretaporter brand that call ‘Yohji Yamamoto’. He announced the show that expressed ‘black’ considered to be a taboo at the time of the paris collection in 1981.

Yohji Yamamoto

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Susie Smoking/brown wool coat and black gabardine dress/Yohji Yamamoto A/W 1988 catalogue/Yohji Yamamoto

His design

His design changed the custom of the fashion of the body-conscious times. He created many styles. For example, a lei yard and draping to show for a silhouette, a feel of texture airing between the cutting that is a reed men trick, a body and clothes. Those original styles changed the sense of beauty of the fashion of then people. In addition,he adopted the style of traditional clothes for men on clothes for women in a design. Therefore, it is said that the his collection changed a fixed idea of the gender.

His design

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Yohji Yamamoto 1981 A/W collection/FASHIONSNAP.COM

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 Yohji Yamamoto collection 1983 / Lindsey Kemp by Richard Haughton/https://coveredwithstars.wordpress.com

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YOHJI YAMAMOTO A/W 2013/http://www.interviewmagazine.com/fashion/yohji-yamamoto-1/#slideshow_51731.5

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Circle Dress by Liz Black/The Victoria and Albert Museum/https://lizblackfashion.wordpress.com/tag/victoriaalbert/

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Yohji Yamamoto and the museum:a contemporary fashion narrative/Yohji Yamamoto

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Year Zero/Yohji Yamamoto

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Oversized white silk wedding dress with bamboo crinoline and oversized white hat supported by bamboo sticks/A/W 1998/Yohji Yamamoto

Maison Martin Margiela

Maison Martin Margiela was established in 1988. This brand’s designer was Martin Margiela. He expressed reconstruction and redefinition of clothes through the works. In addition, the style of his collection affected many people very much. They are very conceptual works. His brand and he is said to be one of the mansion that had biggest influence on the history of the fashion.

Maison Martin Margiela

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Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2011/https://www.hervia.com/blog/a-trip-down-memory-lane-maison-martin-margiela/

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Maison Margiela?s Haute Couture Collection A/W 2015/http://www.wonderwardrobes.com/maison-margielas-haute-couture-show-fall-2015/

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Maison Martin Margiela A/W 2016 Collection/http://tomandlorenzo.com/2016/03/maison-martin-margiela-fall-2016-collection/

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Maison Martin Margiela with H&M collection 2012/http://nitrolicious.com/2012/11/15/did-you-shop-the-maison-martin-margiela-with-hm-collection/

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Maison Martin Margiela exhibition of artisanal collection 2009

Bruno Pieters

Bruno Pieters, Belgian fashion designer and art director highly regarded for his avant-garde creations and sharp tailoring, believes that “fashion is about beauty and that the story behind fashion can be equally beautiful”. With Honest by, he puts this philosophy into practice.His designs – often described as ‘architectural’ – were admired for their intricate tailoring and construction work.

Buruno Pieters

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Bruno Pieters Autumn/Winter 2009/2010/Photos by Marcio Madeira (left) and Frederik Heyman (right)/http://changefashion.net/blog/momu/2011/05/10084332.html

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2008 S/S collection/http://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/spring-2008-ready-to-wear/bruno-pieters

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2010 S/S collection/http://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/spring-2010-ready-to-wear/bruno-pieters

Chiharu Shiota

She is a Japanese installation and performance artist. Shiota’s oeuvre links various aspects of art performances and installation practices. Mostly renown for her vast, room-spanning webs of threads or hoses, she links abstract networks with concrete everyday objects such as keys, windows, dresses, shoes, boats and suitcases. Besides installation works, she frequently collaborates with choreographers and composers such as Toshio Hosokawa, Sasha Waltz and Stefan Goldman for opera, concert and dance projects.

Chiharu Shiota

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?Rain of Memories? Ferenczy Múzeum, Szentendre, Hungary, Photo by Deim Balázs/http://www.chiharu-shiota.com/ja/works/

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Letters of Thanks, KØS Museum for Art, Denmark, photo by Hans Ole Madsen/http://www.chiharu-shiota.com/ja/works/

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Sleeping is like Death, Galerie Daniel Templon, Brussel, photo by Isabelle Arthuis/http://www.chiharu-shiota.com/ja/works/

Kathleen Rogers

Kathleen Rogers is a London based contemporary artist. Her installation and video projection artworks are inspired and informed by the scientific disciplines of cell biology, molecular genetics and the biological sciences. She collaborates with others in an interdisciplinary context to develop artworks on the themes of consciousness, ecology, biology and genetics. Her works are ‘stem’,’black lace’,’Crossing over’ and ’Tremor’ and so on. Her works have a feature. She magnifies the object of the ground. For instance, cloth,cell,living thing and plant and others. She changes them to visual designs.

Naomi Kobayashi

She uses material like Japanese paper, cotton and paper thread to create installations that speaks of cycles of life, death and regeneration. With training in areas of textile printing and weaving, she applies them to her works by weaving and at times with shredded paintings and texts. The interpretation of stillness highlights her concern with the ongoing cycles of life, and other works are representational of the link between cosmos and everyday life.

Naomi Kobayashi

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39nk Kaku 2000/106 & 104/Naomi Kobayashi/paper and thread/http://www.browngrotta.com/Pages/kobayashi.n.php

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b 1945/Japanese paper, cotton,paper thread/http://www.art2.com.sg/naomi-kobayashi/

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Gate of Bow/Japanese paper, cotton,paper thread/http://www.art2.com.sg/naomi-kobayashi/

Atelier Manferdini

She is an architect. She is an architectural practice headed by Elena Manferdini. Her works are detailed designs.

Atelier Manferdini

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Architectural Beijing Biennale 2006/http://www.ateliermanferdini.com/still-1/

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Clothing line designed by Atelier Manferdini for a fashion show held on the opening night of the Chinese Beijing Biennale in 2006/http://www.ateliermanferdini.com/design/#/still-1-4-3-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-2-1-1-1/

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Milan Airport competition entry, Italy 2009/http://www.ateliermanferdini.com/work/#/still-1-4/

Isaac Juline

Isaac Julien was born in 1960 in London, where he currently lives and works. While studying painting and fine art film at St Martin's School of Art from which he graduated in 1984, Isaac Julien co-founded 'Sankofa Film and Video Collective' in which he was active from 1983-1992.

Issac Julien

Issac Julien

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WESTERN UNION: Small Boats 2007/http://www.isaacjulien.com/installations/smallboats

underwater photo

underwater photo

Kusama Yayoi

Kusama Yayoi is a Japanese artist. She has begun to make those hallucinations, auditory hallucination a picture to escape from troubled hallucination and auditory hallucination since She was young. She carried out the radical performance that it was called an incdent as well as the production of a picture and the three-dimensional work when she went to the United State in 1957, and took the nicknamed of ‘the Queen of the vanguard’ in the 1960s.

Kusama Yayoi's works

It is one of the characteristics that some Kusama Yayoi's works cover the surface of a screen and the sculpture of the picture by the repetition of the same motifs such as polka dots. She produced the solid works which sticks installation to show light and an art object using mirrors set against each other to open endlessly on daily necessities. The work with a pumpkin as a motif is often seen, too. 
kusama Yayoi often produces a water drop(dot) in a motif up to the present, but this is a ceremony burying the whole work in with a water drop exhaustively to protect the body from a hallucination and the auditory hallucination that she fears. 

Liz Nilsson

She uses print, laser cutting and layering to explore ideas of memory and time, recall and habit, often incorporating used fabrics imbued with her own family history. The shadows cast by one fabric onto another, or the surrounding area are reminders of the transience of memory and experience.

Liz Nilsson

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Constructed Remembrance 2010/cotton,linen cloth,screen printing,textile lamination,laser cutting,stitching,embellishing techniques

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FORMAT 2009/http://liznilsson.com/format

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FORMAT Yantra 2010/http://liznilsson.com/format

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Delicate Matters/http://liznilsson.com/delicate-matters-luan-gallery

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How did I get here? 2013/http://liznilsson.com/how-did-i-get-here

Lise Bjome Linnert

She is interested in art´s possibility to be a voice that can bring challenging or unpalatable questions closer, not to provide definitive answers but in order to enable reflection. Her projects often take place over a longer period of time, in which investigating materials and theme are core elements.

Lise Bjome Linnert

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DESCONOCIDA UNKNOWN UKJENT 2006/A global mass collaboration, protesting continuing murders of women in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Approximately 7900 hand embroidered nametags (by June 2016)/ Each 2 x 8 cm, stitched by 4800 individuals in about 500 globally arranged workshops/http://www.lisebjorne.com/art_projects/desconocida-unknown-ukjent/

Reiko Sudo

She is a textile designer. She makes the new textiles from the modern technology to the Japanese traditional dyed technology. Her works gets a high evaluation in the country and a foreign country. Her most famous work is ‘Feather Flurries’. This work uses an organdy.

Rebecca Horn

Rebecca Horn (24 March 1944, Michelstadt, Hesse) is a German visual artist, who is best known for her installation art, film directing, and her body modifications such as Einhorn (Unicorn), a body-suit with a very large horn projecting vertically from the headpiece. She directed the films; Der Eintänzer (1978), La ferdinanda: Sonate für eine Medici-Villa (1982) and Buster's Bedroom (1990).

Rebecca Horn

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The Feathered Prison Fan 1978/http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/film/tate-film-pioneers-rebecca-horn-films-1970-2016

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Arm Extensions 1968/wood and metal/https://www.a-n.co.uk/blogs/experience-create-review-repeat/post/52409318

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Arm Extensions 1968/wood,metal/Tate Modern(Switch House)

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White Body Fan 1972/http://www.marthagarzon.com/contemporary_art/2012/07/rebecca-horn-body-art-performance-installations/

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Unicorn 1970-72/http://www.rebecca-horn.de/pages/biography.html

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Unicorn 1970-72/Tate Modern(Switch House)

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In the Triangle 1973-4/wood,fabric

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Cockatoo Mask 1973/feathers,metal,fabric/Tate Modern(Switch House)

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Finger Gloves 1972/fabric,wood,metal

Rebecca Horn peformance

STUDIO GHIBLI

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Howl's Moving Castle 2004

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Castle in the Sky 1986

Antony Mark David Gormley

Antony Mark David Gormley is a British sculptor. He has a radical study and thought human body is ‘the place’ of the memory and change. And he used the body of his own for a model tool, material and gave the image of a human being in the sculpture new life. 

Antony Mark David Gormley

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DRIFT I 2007 - 2012

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CLEARING IV  2005

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TRANSPORT 2010

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FIELD FOR THE ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES 1989

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FLAT TREE 1978

Donna Huanca

Huanca’s work draws attention to the body and in particular the skin, which is simultaneously the surface on which our personhood is inscribed and the surface through which we experience the world around us. Huanca examines conventions of behaviour in our interaction with bodies in space and the invisible histories that are accumulated through those gestures. By exposing the naked body and concealing it under layers of paint, cosmetics and latex, Huanca’s performers confront our instinctive reactions to flesh, which becomes both a familiar, decorative object and an abstract, inaccessible subject.

Public Art(primary research 2)

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Majida Khattari/No.7 2001/blue and green stretch cotton with fishing net/Veil Veiling Representation and Contemporary Art

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Ramesh Kalkur/Untitled 1996/Veil Veiling Representation and Contemporary Art

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Ramesh Kalkur/Untitled 1996/Veil Veiling Representation and Contemporary Art

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Morphology of Draped Costume 1918-34/Veil Veiling Representation and Contemporary Art

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Draped Costume 1918-34/Veil Veiling Representation and Contemporary Art

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Minimalism and Fashion/Elyssa Dimant

Tactile Structure(primary research 2)

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Zimmerstr.(Mitte)/URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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Starnberger Platz(Friedrichshain)/URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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Auguststr.(Mitte)/URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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StraBburger StraBe(Prenzlauer Berg)/URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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Mariannenstr.(Kreuzberg)/URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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Oderberger Str.(Prenzlauer Berg)/URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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URBAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY/Jurgen Grobe

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