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Julie Macindoe
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Sea
In the current  Age of the Anthropocene , defined by human interference with nature, material exploration reverts common man-made materials back into those resembling nature. And with plastics set to be the new  fossils  and our oceans host to the  plastisp...
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views of now
We live in a visual culture yet our experience of our selves is limited visually. I can feel the expression on my face, but it is others who see them. Similarly, I can use clothes as an expression of self but it is other's who view this expression the most....
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views of now
We live in a visual culture yet our experience of our selves is limited visually. I can feel the expression on my face, but it is others who see them. Similarly, I can use clothes as an expression of self but it is other's who view this expression the most....
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Artificial
Artificial is not confined to the false or contrived with the created often an homage to the naturally occurring. The synthetic dystopian futures we imagined remain grounded with mineral textures, aged patinas and gently weighted dips and folds. References ...
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Shibori
My two favourite things: 1. Oxidisation. When the the fabric hits the air it blushes from lime to turquoise to denim blue. I could watch this all day. 2. Texture. While I appreciate the stitching skill required for a good resist, if it looks like the sky or...
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Different
A spiderweb of shredded denim and a corset rising from a sea of ribbons. Destruction and elevation of the ordinary. The beauty of Jean Paul Gaultier is the hope he gives the ordinary. It is worth going to the exhibition just to see the exquisite detail of e...
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Rose
References Menzi Burgler Architeketen , photo by Rasmus Norlander  | Evangelical Reformed Church, Wurenlos Margrethe Mather | Combs, 1931 Giedre Dukauskaite by James Macari | Cover Me for Marie Claire UK, September 2014 Michael Pfisterer | Arbeitsplatz #3, ...
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Move
When contemporary work is made, at what point does time require it to belong to the past rather than the present? As a temporal medium, dance must be performed to remain in existence. But whilst the work remains relatively unchanged, time enters the relatio...
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keep everything
Everyday fragments confettied, celebrating the undoing of editing. With so much to filter, we have become adept at choice. What happens to the creative process when the outcome is to keep everything? A designer and a choreographer both asked the same questi...
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reduced
When clothes are reduced to categories, disconnect for me begins. In analysing catwalk trends there is a danger of sorting, explaining and reducing what is seen. And while my livestream seat is excellent, the filtering of sensory experience through a screen...
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