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Wearable texture

  1. 1. Wearable Texture
  2. 2. Meret OppenheimerObject (The Lunch in Fur), 1936
  3. 3. “The work takes advantage of differences in thevarieties of sensual pleasure: fur may delight the touchbut it repels the tongue. And a cup and spoon, ofcourse, are made to be put in the mouth.A small concave object covered with fur, Object mayalso have a sexual connotation and politics: working ina male-dominated art world, perhaps Oppenheim wasmocking the prevailing "masculinity" of sculpture,which conventionally adopts a hard substance andvertical orientation that can be seen as almostabsurdly self-referential. Chic, wry, and simultaneouslyattractive and disturbing, Object is shrewdly andquietly aggressive.” From MoMA.org, The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Highlights, New York: The Museum of Modern Art, revised 2004, originally published 1999, p. 155
  4. 4. Project Runway Bravo TV
  5. 5. Ana Mendieta
  6. 6. Christine A. Holtz
  7. 7. For today:•Choose a group (2 max.)•Brainstorm ideas•Create a Fashion Illustration using the male/female template…completecolor in your sketchbook.•Include details of clothing and itemsused

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