Felt garments

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Title: Felt garments
Author: Tarui, Mitsuko
Abstract: This series of garments is my conception of art and fashion. By using different approaches to fiber, I wanted to make each garment unique; giving it its own life and character. By continuously challenging art and fashion, I hope to establish a new category for functional fiber pieces in art. In order to accomplish this goal, "felt" was selected as my main medium. Felt is a unwoven fabric made from wool. It can be shaped into any form, and mixed with different materials. Out of this flexible medium, I wanted to make garments which were like three-dimensional fiber forms rather than wearable clothing.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/11331
Date: 1990-05-18

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