Séverine Gallardo be afraid, knitted headwear.
"Between my reflection on knitting and my interest in the forgotten poetry of familiar objects, I therefore naturally associated knitting and cutlery in a process of re-reading daily practices. My cutlery, through their treatments, tell us about their scrapping, their erasure. Their metamorphoses, their assimilations into the natural environment from which their materials come, lead us to a poetic reflection on ourselves ... The object certainly loses its usefulness, but it becomes a catalyst, a revealer of our attitude towards the world." Cyril Maisonnave
Venera Kazarova is an artist who works with costume and fashion to give voice her ideas, this piece is called 'Burden Dress'.
'I create clothes for theatre and contemporary choreography as well as paper cut objects for decorating the space and photo shoots.In my work I try to combine my love and passion towards paper & fabric with the use of both materials as well as plastic utensils, polyethylene and everything that comes to hand, especially vintage stuff.My inspiration comes from nature forms & from dreams & fairy tales.' Venera Kazarova