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ARTWORK SERIES 6: FIF FASHION IS FAKE, STOP THE WAR
A set of slogans discussing propaganda, war and fashions relationship with imperialism. Media control impact deforming the perception of reality, and altered perceptions of one's own anatomy through the cult of selfies. Three hanging garments are start of new story called 'Bastard Objects', intervening conversation of ethical trade in fashion; where the garment came from, and who made it? As western consumers we're blind folded to this information, and too focused on buying unethically made 'Bastard Objects'.
Artwork was placed together as a sculptural installation, as shown in last 10 photos above. During Freize October 2014, 'WE COULD NOT AGREE', Q Park, Cavendish Square, London W1. Curated by Vanya Balogh, Geoff Long, Cedric Christie and 7 other curators.