Public Fitting

MOP Projects
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Public Fitting, 2011
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Collaborative project between Todd Robinson and Mark Titmarsh. Project featured live performance where paint was poured onto a series of garments worn by models. The outcomes of this art-fashion production-performance included a combination of garments, video, painting that combined to form a productive site specific infrastructure. The project undertook a practice based investigation into the intersections between art, fashion, painting and textiles within a performative context. The catalogue produced alongside the exhibition situated the project within a historical dialogue between between fields of fashion and art. In particular the project explored contemporary exchanges between fashion designers and visual artists through an innovative model of interdisciplinary art-fashion practice. This model of practice places significant emphasis on linking both the productive activity of painting/clothes making and its presentation as a performative activity.
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