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FISH_ADRIA

knitted fine gage swimsuit

fabric composition: 87% Polyamide 13% Lycra

with its innovative knit - to - fit technology the pieces are precisely engineered to achieve a smooth and seamlessly sculptured fit and perfect functionality.

available one size

price € 390

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FISH_POOL

knitted fine gage swimsuit

fabric composition: 87% Polyamide 13% Lycra

with its innovative knit - to - fit technology the pieces are precisely engineered to achieve a smooth and seamlessly sculptured fit and perfect functionality.

available one size

price € 390

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itobia vinyl


one sided vinyl LP

live recording of the ashtoreth performance
Paris, 04.03.2011

length: 19 minutes

code for mp3 download included

available LP

price € 18 (incl. vat)

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town-gown conflict

town-gown conflict

 

an exhibithion organized by Lucy McKenzie with:

Verena Dengler, Lucile Desamory, Caitlin Keogh, Pelican Avenue, Beca Lipscombe, Lucy McKenzie, Elizabeth Radcliffe

 

Museum Bärengasse Kunsthalle Zürich

13. june - 14. august 2011

Bärengasse 20 –22, CH – 8001 Zürich

 

 

MO closed

Tue / Wed / Fr  12 m. – 6 p.m. , Thur 12 m. – 8 p.m.

Sa / Sun 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

The expression «town-gown conf lict» describes centres of conf lict in the

urban life of university cities, in which the campus and students in their

academic garb test the societal balance. The conf licts associated with

the gown-wearers encompass social differences, educational shortfalls,

mechanisms of social differentiation, segregation and the demonstration

of the superiority of the educated classes over the «productive» members

of society. Together with Verena Dengler, Lucile Desamory, Caitlin

Keogh, Beca Lipscombe, pelican avenue and Elizabeth Radcliffe, Scottish

artist Lucy McKenzie (born in Glasgow in 1977, lives and works in

Brussels) brings together artists and fashion designers for the exhibition

«Town-Gown Conf lict», whose drafts and finished works of both art and

so-called applied art explore topics relating to social formatting.

 

 

 

A fashion performance by krõõt juurak and p ave

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exhibition

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credits

performane photography by lukas beyeler