fashionRIP is a multidiscipline, transmedia installation of chapters, an exploration of perceptions and beliefs. It’s a platform that explores ecosystems health, generative economics, social justice, cultural and creative diversity. Starting with recycouture garments, the story became the Project. It is now an evolving experiment, designed to explore meaningful relationship based constructs that put human potential and whole systems health over the abstract ideas of faux "the real world."
Monday, September 12, 2011
Bastet, Egyptian Cat Goddess
Avery Milieu: milliner extraordinaire
Edith Faste: paper, glass, wire ( reuse and slump)
djb: Altered book
Page Day: illustrations in ink
djb: fabric paper, ink markers, beads
Avery at sign detail
Avery Milieu: hats on show, reblocked, vintage findings and hand dyed plumes
Gretchen:prints and sumi cats (Page D's)
djb: subculture Joe and the fabricators, u mattered! early temp placing of stitch-istrations
Gretchen: mono prints
8 women on a sustainable mission co-op art show at the Kerf International gallery in the Wallingford Center A fashionRIP Project act of evolution!