My interest is in aiming to understanding how the human mind and our emotions work and translating that into fashion.
Going beyond the concept of an ideal image of the skin, metaphorically representing acne with plastic wrap, tape and paint.
We talk to mixed-media artist about her work and her influences for her solo exhibition ‘Enough rope to hang ‘emselves’.
Exploring the limits of human relationships through representation of body and its relation to the event of indefinite time, memory, absence and chance.
Sari Rathel: Gender Blender
This project enables the wearer to ‘try on’ their gender in a fictional wardrobe full of jewellery items, which embody stereotypically gendered body parts.
Sophie Loloi: White Sands
Performative self-portraits as an exploration of Eastern and Western mythology, the mystic female body, and my search through the Western world to discover a landscape similar to my homeland of Iran.
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London-based artist discusses her work exploring our shared interactions in both public and private space, using the processes involved in making to construct a sense of fractured narrative.
Moving image extraordinaire on the benefits of collaboration, social media and the working process behind her psychedelic visuals.
Short experimental films on the current Syrian conflict. Based on true stories and experiences of self, family and friends.
Das Unheimliche aims to evoke an emotional response from a viewer by creating a connection with the humanity of the character and then consistently breaking that connection.
Captives is an ongoing series of digital and physical sculptures, a contemporary interpretation of Michelangelo’s unfinished series “Prigioni” (1513-1534) and his technique of “non-finito”.
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