Studio2_Bridge 3

Research question: How does fast fashion affect the environment?

In my seminar class, my research is about how fast fashion affect the environment so as we all know the fast fashion brand has a large problem with overproducing. It is a harm to the environment to know a lot of useless rubbish.  So thought my project I want to show that so when other people see my work they can have the same feeling with me or maybe different feeling but they can thinking abut from themselves.

Four artistic:

Fast fashion, Tom Warren, Installation, Size: 48 W x 168 H x 48 in,

This is Fast fashion Installation By Tom Warren, the artist thinks Fast fashion’ and the rise of globalization has created a culture of disposable clothing, exploiting low-wage workers in third world countries and is environmentally unsustainable. In an age of uncontrolled consumerism and devotion to materialism, retail chains have proliferated at an alarming rate over the last decade. This interactive sculpture is made by bundling an accumulation of garments and objects into a boulder-like form. The process of making/ moving it becomes extremely heavy and labor intensive, reflecting the culture of ‘fast fashion’.

This is public art is in Alki beach, Seattle made by  Electric Coffin art studio, all the clothes they used all from Value Village. Value Village Savers, a for-profit global thrift retailer that delivers high-quality, modest apparel, accessories, and household products, applies a repeating business model. This program wants to encourage people to recycle and donate their clothes doesn’t wear.

 

WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH: Craig Reucassel with fashion waste in his ABC television series War On Waste.

The artist shows Every 10 minutes how many clothes we can though away.

Blood Mountain created by Suzie Blake. Suzie fond most of the woman working on the Garment factory and they face a lot of woman rights problem and she knows that fast fashion also damages the environment so she made this Installation.

3 examples

Shirtwaist Waste: Landfill Slice by Joyce Watkins King.

When did jeans become fast fashion? (detail) by Joyce Watkins King.

by Joyce Watkins King.

mood board:

Four material:

Clothes, Trash, Paper bag, any leftover material

Sketch ideal:

So for bridge 4, I want to use people wasting clothes to cut and remade a new dress.

 

Claim

Let me start the question with How does fast fashion affect the environment? When I see this question I was thinking what some bad thing the brand did to the environment?  I believe that not everyone knows what is happened what fast fashion does make them keeping to buying clothes from them. Fast fashion brand The rate of update is very fast, they keep making a lot of new products for people, While meeting consumer demand, they also have large inventories of their own. Their overproduction also poses a threat to the environment. On the other hand, businesses in the fast fashion industry are very unlikely to adopt a proactive approach to release information for the general public to know how fast fashion will influence the environment.

 

 

bridge2: wearable piece

The art I selected from the Brooklyn Museum is JamianJuliano’s “Three Penny Opera”. My research question is about fast fashion, so when I see this art it impresses me. You can see the artist put the pop-art and art history together, and the “Madole ” it is walking on the runway but carry the plastic bag and paper bag, but when every time we watch a runway show it is really fancy and beautiful we don’t think about the environment. So from this art makes me think how the fast fashion effect with the environment? Do we have access to all of the information to know how it affects the environment? So I decided to use fast fashion brand clothes to be material.

This is the pieces I choose from fast fashion brand, This cloth I am not longer to wear it.

This is the picture I working.

This is the final piece look like, I change the shirt to be a woman top. As you can see the right said I put a lot of receipts and a plastic bag having a lot of leftover material in the side I want to show that every time you buy a lot of clothes from the store you usually get along receipt do you remember where you put it? And the right side I made some decorate but everything I used is leftover material.

 

 

 

Sem 2:Brooklyn Museum

The art I selected from the Brooklyn Museum is JamianJuliano’s “Three Penny Opera”. My research question is about fast fashion, so when I see this art it impresses me. You can see the artist put the pop-art and art history together, and the “Madole ” it is walking on the runway but carry the plastic bag and paper bag, but when every time we watch a runway show it is really fancy and beautiful we don’t think about the environment. So from this art makes me think how the fast fashion effect with the environment? Do we have access to all of the information to know how it affects the environment?

Studio 2:Bridge 1

This is my first time to make loom, I really like I think it is really interesting. One of the biggest difficulties I had, when I was building my work, was that I couldn’t keep track of the length of the thread, and I often wound the thread together, which wasted a lot of my time, and because it was my first time, when I wanted to try to weave something new, it wasn’t always satisfying. I use wool to knit my works because I want to bring a warm feeling when people see and touch it, it is comfortable and warm. In my poetry behind the start is a kind of sad feeling but it took me more cheerful statement, just like my work I use a lot of black, when you look at the first you will feel black is very outstanding, but I use the small area near the different bright colors, see like the other colors in black gradually infection.

This is link to my Poem.

Poem and questions

Assignment BRIDGE 4: Research-led Design

For this bridge project, I choose Chanel to be my topic. The brand Chanel is more than a brand as it represents independent and strong women through the inspirations of its founder, its design style and its social impact. So for my artifact, I decided to make black women tie with camellia.  I choose black silk to make the tie, in one hand it represents the Coco Chanel is an independent and strong woman who was made the first Women’s overalls in the world. In another way is I want to commemorate Karl Lagerfeld,He also paid a lot for this brand, making the brand more youthful, raising awareness and allowing Chanel to reach a new height. The brand has a large social impact. Also, the price is not cheap. So I chose silk as my main fabric. I want to make people feel this my artifact related to Chanel when people see in the first time, so I add camellia.

Assignment BRIDGE 5: Presentations

Bridge 1: Memoir

For bridge 1 we start at finding 5 things about our memory. And in the seminar class, we write a story for each thing, then we need to use AR technology to make the 3D model. This is my first time to do the 3D model I think it is really difficult for me, I don’t know what I can do and I was really confusing about this project. After the teacher coming to explain the more about the 3D model, I start to figure out. I chose the red tea and scented candles.


Bridge 2: Contestational Artifacts

I designed mahjong for my partner. Mahjong has a lot of different ways of playing and there are different ways to win this game. Play Mahjong when you win this game you have a bonus.  So I want to bring this bonus to my partner.  But I think I can do it better if I doing this again, I will make more only not 1 way so people can have more information about Mahjong to start playing with it.

bridge 3: NY Experience

Our group chooses the Greenwich village to do the research, in this bridge project everyone all has their own thing to do. Before I do this research I don’t really know the history about Washington Square, I don’t know before Washington Square is a public burial ground. In the 19th century, New York went through yellow fever diseases. However, Washington square park did not include in the New York City limits yet. Therefore, most of those who died from yellow fever were buried here, safely away from town, as a hygienic measure. The cemetery was closed in 1825. Even today, there are more than 20,000 bodies rest under Washington Square. Excavations have found tombstones under the park dating as far back as 1799. But now people like doing some relaxing in this Square.

bridge 4: Research-led Design

My topic is about Chanel after I doing all the research I learned that Ms. Coco Chanel is a representative of feminism. Everyone knows that the representative flower of Chanel is Camellia. So I decided to make a lady tie as mine artifact.

statement

Before I take this class I have zero expressions for using AR technology when I do bridge one we need using AR technology make our memory. In the beginning, I think this work is so difficult for me I don’t know how to start the project, but when I finish this work I feel really pried of myself. For bridge two we need to make a souvenir for my partner, I need to know her very clearly, know her preferences and then make a souvenir that she likes. I think it is very special to design something she likes from another person’s point of view, which is a new experience. When we doing bridge three, our group is research for Greenwich Village during the research I know a lot of things before I didn’t pay attention to. The last bridge I personally think is the hardest. Because when we need to do the artifact, Don’t know how to make a representative work, when I after doing the research it helps me more understanding my topic, help me to make a really good artifact. During this semester I learned a lot from making and writing, thought every week reading I know the different writing style it helps me a lot.

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