Tactile Structures

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final outcome

 

"Flesh"

 Jacket made by me inspired by the 10 textile samples

Photos by Maxime Chabal

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textile samples collection

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research: materials & colour palette

 

 

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Hans Bellmer - La Poupée (series)

 

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unknown artists

 

 

  

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David Dawson; Freud At Work

 

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research: manipulation, texture

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Photography by Iiu Susiraja

 

Iiu Susiraja is a Finnish photographer who's work is mainly self-portraits of herself in her home; in all her portraits, she uses different every day objects in a creative way, interacting her body. Her work is all very honest and modest; all the photographs are simple yet very strong. Apparently, it's very confusingto a lot of people, when people try to over complicate her pictures.

To me, it's just as simple as it is, and that's why I find it so amazing and also great source for inspiration for this project. After visiting Southwark and studying brutalist architecture, her pictures came in my mind; they're both simple, (brutally) honest, not trying to please anyone. 

 

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When we were observing the brutalist architecture at Southwark, in the beginning it was really sunny and warm; a perfect day to walk outside and draw; we even felt lucky because lately the weather hadn't been that nice at all. At around 4pm it started to get significally darker and colder, and suddenly everything looked different; the warm beige colours  faded away, and you couldn't see any texture; all that was left was the heavy structures, all in plain black and white and no details. Suddenly the buildings looked a lot more "confident", less unreal, like they were immune to any aging or damage

 

Weights / Stretching -  vertical; gravity -  stretch marks

Piercing - scars/wounds/holes

Pinching - gathering/folding/pleating the skin/fat

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Brutalist architecture

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Beginning of research; exploring the brutalist architecture in Southbank & Barbican. Observing by drawings and photography. 

 

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