Gallery Go

A wearable gallery was one of the projects I did as an artist in residence at Untitled Space in Jinze, Shanghai. For quite some time I have worked with the idea of creating a lighter and even more mobile version of House of Wild Wood Woman. I use the latter as a gallery, a hermit house and a platform for site-specific projects. However, setting up a tent, even for a few hours, often requires permission, so I wondered if it could be possible to make an autonomous art platform or gallery so light and ephemeral, that it freely moves around, crossing in and out over territories, borders and bridges.
For the project in Shanghai I made a simple dress of white canvas. Imagine! Instead of painting a traditional landscape on a white canvas, I decided to cut it up, sew a dress from it and walk out in the landscape wearing it - becoming part of it.

Fashion Revolution and Contemporary Landscape

Fashion Revolution is a global movement initiated by consumers as well as producers of fashion asking us to become aware of how fashion is linked to our environment. We ARE the landscape!
Ask your brands #whomademyclothes ? Or make your own #haulternative.
#Imademyclothes in China as an artist in residence @Untitled Space