2017 – Ongoing
Clothes are social objects, they have the potential to convey meaning from a variety of social and cultural contexts.
Through documenting, capturing and staging Stefanie Moshammer visualizes various aspects of clothing.
These clothes aren’t only clothes, they are hidden histories of humans and their culture they live in, embodying history and transience.
They are elements of presence, with scars and memories of a former purpose.
This ongoing project systematically chronicles the impact of fast fashion – and forces the viewer to engage with the impact of our consumption on the planet.
Travelling across the world, Moshammer’s series documents the abundance of clothes across New York, Morocco, Egypt, Haiti and China. In an era where fashion is under more scrutiny than ever to become sustainable, Moshammer’s puts the clothes in human and relatable terms.
Read the whole article written by India Doyle in Twin Magazine.