Ed Ruscha Busted Glass, 2007
The most poetic and beautiful work, recently rediscovered in a book shelf in New York. Fruit juice stains on moiré evolved into transparent fractures drawn on grainy paper. Fragile and painstaking.
1. John Chamberlain Hawk Flies Again, 2010
2. Tom Burr Worn Out, 2005
3. Loewe Spring/Summer 2015
4. Ellery Spring/Summer 2015
Conceptual art giving birth to cardboard fashion. Ready for take-away and self-assemblage. Throwing stuff onto mannequins, throwing fabric onto the customer who becomes the costumer. Carambolage as collage is the material fashion dreams are made of.
1. Bruce Nauman Prayer Wheel, 1986
2. Anna Gaskell Anagram, 2003
3. Acne Spring/Summer 2015
4. Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2015
An associative drawing in an associative culture. Copy has been replaced by collage. What is begun by one is to be continued by another. Body parts as vegetable as luxury goods as commodity products. And again printed on body parts.
For some reason, those clothes reminded me of Rosemarie Trockel. Maybe just for the sound of the name. But also because of the sensuality for materials, her ceremaic and textile works. And then there was also some Kafka maybe. Because of the fur. Maybe.
1. Sacai Spring/Summer 2015
2. Flower Power, 1967
3. Parachuting Dog, WWII
4. Miu Miu Spring/Summer 2003
5. Nobuyoshi Araki Erotos, 1993
6. Prada Fall/Winter 2007
7. Rosemarie Trockel A Cosmos, 2013
8. Sacai Spring/Summer 2015
What starts as blank minimalism with space age references, twists and turns via the baroque (Marie Antoinette robes) towards Tirolean folklore (floral embroidery) and handicraft tradition (knitted heels with woven-in contrast threads). A post-Disney, postmodernist fairytale.
1. Dior Spring/Summer 2015
2. Giovanni Michelotti Matra Laser, 1971
3. Clement Chabernaud Jil Sander Spring/Summer 2007
5. Jeff Koons Bound Of Flowers, 1991
6. Sigourney Weaver Alien, 1979
7. Fantaghirò Still, 1991-1996
8. Dior Spring/Summer 2015