Jacket “(Un)done”

Installation is exploring the idea of how the fabric can become both the surface matter and an object making a shadow. Here the fabric manipulations were created, later affected by the outside factors – sun and water, and finally they were (un)done and embroidered. The result is something new, yet something more advanced than the initial matter. Conceptually, it is an allusion to human resilience. Technically – one can observe the meeting point of textiles, embroidery, analog photography and fashion design.
Technology:
Cyanotype – one of the oldest and most sustainable photographic techniques. It is achieved with the help of the sun and water.
“Zero-waste” pattern cutting – the way of cutting clothing pieces while eliminating the waste.
Embroidery.
Materials:
Lithuanian linen
Cyanotype emulsion
Beads
Cotton embroidery threads
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