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2018 – ongoing

The work is aimed at critically questioning the so-called fast fashion, as well as the effect of such production and consumption on our everyday life.
Stefanie Moshammer perceives garments as social objects that can convey social meanings and questions about identity. Likewise, garments record bodily experiences and layers of memories that have accumulated in them over the years of wearing.
The project was launched in 2017 and the artist upgrades her research locally with each new exhibition. She creates site-specific objects for each show, made out of discarded clothes which are collected from the city she exhibits.
Aware of the limitations to individual resistance and to the capacity of art to critique mass production and excessive, passive consumption, the work functions as a visual parody of our consumer culture.

Read the article written by India Doyle in Twin Magazine.

Site-specific object, exhibited in GMK Gallery in Zagreb

Site-specific object, exhibited in GMK Gallery in Zagreb

Site-specific object, exhibited in Modern Art Base Gallery in Shanghai

Site-specific object, exhibited in GMK Gallery in Zagreb

Site-specific object, exhibited in Modern Art Base Gallery in Shanghai

Site-specific object, exhibited in GMK Gallery in Zagreb

Site-specific object, exhibited in GMK Gallery in Zagreb

Site-specific object, exhibited in Modern Art Base Gallery in Shanghai

Site-specific object, exhibited in Modern Art Base Gallery in Shanghai

Site-specific object, exhibited in GMK Gallery in Zagreb

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