Driven by the notion of material ambiguity, ‘Oddity’ adopts a curious approach to the use of materials in relation to embroidery practice, challenging the traditional parameters of this luxury technique. Play is at the heart of this project, as both colour and material are explored and combined in an instinctive way generating unique aesthetic values. Utilising a combination of un-conventional materials applied using labour intensive digital embroidery techniques, ‘Oddity’ challenges not…
ABIGAIL REYNOLDS works with assemblage and collage, using printed pages found in books to construct her pieces. The use of glass and industrial material in her compositions are associated to images of utopias with idealised landscapes and architectures generating a poetry of illusion and allusion where the visual field is disrupted.
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Although this is a fashion magazine layout the same general principles can be applied to create a fashion textbook. The use of image is key to generate interest and illustrate the point the author is trying to make- they are evocative and really add a sense of meaning to the text