In many disciplines like fashion, film and architecture, the cut defines the montage of an image out of parts. A vision of the body must first be converted into a surface before arising anew. A cut separates the material, which after careful assembly, generates form.
The motive CUT OUT follows this procedure by adapting the gesture of cutting and reassembling individual pieces of fabric into a garment. The graphical pattern consists of torn paper fragments. Thus allowing the white space to define its extensive pattern and to leave the perception of foreground and background undetermined.
The CUT OUT series is part of a collaboration with Anne Gorke. Each season fashion designer Anne Gorke collaborates with alumni of Bauhaus University Weimar to create an exclusive collection of garments, combining Gorke’s couture with the aesthetics of the artists involved.
· Digital print on cotton
· Various sizes