strange fruit appearing in this story, vorarlberg via switzerland. playing with the scenery, foreground and background.
photo by eric bont, model laura coenca serrano
eriks website www.erikbont.com
experiments with a mobile projector on the shoot. simple black and white patterns projected onto skin, clothing and smoke and the distortion this creates.
photo by paul godfrey. model kayt webster brown.
apam - samples and techniques of potential fabric forming the roof of a bamboo building project for a performance space and surrounding buildings in apam, ghana.
natural or recycled material were to be used, the surface was meant to be flexible while at the same time partially expendable. exhibition at galleria göttlicher, (galerie.goettlicher.at) krems. photos by clelia baumgartner.
publication pics p223-225, p246-247 and p285
[APPLIED] FOREIGN AFFAIRS - investigating spatial phenomena in rural and urban Sub-Saharan Africa, edited by Baerbel Mueller (https://www.degruyter.com/view/product/473157)
watch out for the thistle! feathery orange too.
photo by felice fawn. model maria salvador
upcycling trains. on roofs. made into studios. only in London its snowing in may. fringy, sequinned goodness.
photo by natalia ilina. model natasha muss on and eva@ profile-models
natalias website: www.nataliailina.com
natashas website: www.natashamusson.co.uk
what lurks beneath that bridge. do we spot someone's landing lights? let's get our tin hats ready!
photo by marc rogoff. model hellyda @oxygen models.
marcs website (www.marcrogoff.com)
stylist rebekkah roy (fashion-stylist.net)
restless. pause. breathe! arch. phase, dance!
photo by greg funnell. model eunice olumide.
thanks to the siobhan davies studios, st george's road 85, elephant and castle, London.
greg's website: (www.gregfunnell.com)
studio intensity. flashlight. colour, bright. neon.
photo by hack the grey, wolf steiner model: jana wieland und (last pic) roksanda @amt models.
wolf steiners website: http://hackthegrey.com
industrial wales. way back when. colourful black and white.
photo by melissa jenkins. model: irma endrojono.
melissa's website: https://thefwa.com/cases/melissa-jenkins-photography
blonde, wiggly, transparent and all the while full of temperament.
cat fights seems inevitable.
photo by john barone, models annette (blonde) and ana maria (brunette)
still life. frozen whiteness. freshly served. help yourself!
photo by petra benovsky.
petras website (www.petrabenovsky.com)
Commission for the Museum of Textile Haslach: a lasered mirror shingle installation for the "Wäsche" and a four-video presentation at the "Wasserschloss".
Life seen through the eyes of a weaver: literally (through the hole punch cards) and figuratively. what is important to the day to day existence of a weaver's life? how much information does the eye need to recognise and recreate an image? how many edges - threads, stitches, meshes..?
The ancient artificial brook, engineered for the weaving industry, shaped the layout of the town then and now and is put in the spotlight for a few weeks. It's human energy and fluidity symbolised in 4550 lasered pieces. Heterotopias in the mirrors: past, present and future united: Craft then and now, from the mechanical to the digital.
cherry sunkist dressed in house of boing. what a piece of good luck!
enjoy her glass video, all dressed up in boing!
Also to view some press clippings featuring Karin Fisslthaler aka cherry sunkist in pleated and structured performance Boing garments and several gigs cherry performed including djing at the "what about the future" pop up store at the KunstRaum Sonnensegel, Vienna.
cherrys website: http://www.feedbackanddisaster.net/cherrysunkist/
what the media makes of sandra bamminger and house of boing and what they tend to write about us and which images people like and feature.
add a little imagination to your life. who knows what all the unimaginable things surrounding us could be?
image by keith clouston. model victoria @IMG
keith's website: https://www.keithclouston.com
save yourself or you will be replaced. photo by verena mandragora ritzengruber, model ago elizabeth olaogun
verenas website: http://www.mandragora.at
costumes for the siobhan davies dance company, the opening of their new head quarters in London, Elefant and Castle and their United Kingdom and US tour.
Pleated and smocked trousers with embroidered, sculptural shirts "In Plain Clothes".
Find the press's reactions here or in the "impressing the media section".
photos by dee conway (1), laurie lewis (2, 6, 10), gautier de blonde (3, 4, 5), tristram kenton (7, 9), alistair muir (8)
more information on the dance companie's own website here: http://www.siobhandavies.com/thekitchen/inplainclothes/
may I serve up a little black and white perhaps?
photo by polly rothwell. models leia (blonde) and hannah (brunette).
pollys website: http://ireallyampolly.wixsite.com/pollyrothwell
what if you made a thaumatrop from glass? will it turn into an analogue (filmic) projector? how many images and colours are necessary?
pattern and colour choice of the transparent material alleviated by the usage of software: computer animated gifs and mpeg video.
thanks to the geyling glazier's workshop, jakob scheid und miki martinek (www.mikimartinek.com/en/)
add some bright colour, sun, happiness.
by Martin Kargl, alive designs (www.alive.co.at)
models sabrina, anna f und laura k.
breathing performance with a textile piece and line projection.
breathing infects inanimate objects.
workshop with william bilwa costa and jasmin schaitl.
string intervention at günther domenigs steinhaus in steindorf in Carinthia. the strings are keeping the rocklike formation in line.
daniel aschwanden dancing in picture 2 and in the little film. (art-urban.org)
attempting to create the illusion of breathing fabric.
imitating breath cycles and breathing patterns with a programmed arduino and a self made lifting machine mechanism. more work to follow.
in the future we'd like to make our reflective tile textiles move! see still installation and videos here
line drawings for a range of prints for clothing and hats;
lines get projected into space and shape three dimensional objects, the lines running in parallel or against the grain.
the illusion of movement achieved via kinetic black and white patterns.
diverse little works and experiments: using textiles and various materials, investigating the space they inhabit, the room they wrap up and expand into...and sometimes eventually envelop or infrequently...superimpose.
doubling up of material, information and patterns makes fabric stand up for itself and hold itself out independently.
get up...stand up c'mon throw your hands up!
if you've got the feeling, jump across the ceiling!
jump up, show yar knickers and get down!
photo: john lindquist (www.johnlindquist.se)
Etta Ermini, Anna Smallwood, Alison Bray
take em outdoors and play with them, like. for example in golders hill.
model: christine luby
photo by kevin davis
sometimes you've just godda show it all.
"penguins swear by penguins wear" at the 1646 gallery, the hague, holland.
dance piece "beyond puertas - xens" featuring House of Boing costumes at the Bonnie Bird theatre, 2004.
experimental workshops using theatre lighting to create three coloured shadows, at the Laban Centre, London and at the MuseumsQuartier Vienna.
Using props and bodies to create multiple outlines in primary colours on moving white surfaces.
photos by house of boing
Shamita Ray, Patricia Amadova, Yukiko Hasuike, Halena Hunter, Christine Luby, Anna Smallwood, Nicola Curtis, Claudia Schmidt
video directed and edited by Angeliki Xirokosta
"Misadventure" for Triple Decker Performance event, Brick Lane, London.
Bryony Henderson and Halena Hunter
photo by John Lindquist (www.johnlindquist.se)
"knit not war" at the Century gallery, London.
House of Boing artists and collaborators.
Amongst others questions we querie how to best present fashion in a gallery situation and whether it should be exhibited in times like these.
the dog star looms over us, all sirius like.
story fashion shoot at the dogstar, cold harbour lane, brixton, London.
thanks to emiliano! dogstarbrixton.com
photo: greg funnell (www.gregfunnell.com)