Cuidado, is soft
by Lydia Softson developed at Caraboo Projects during one week residency. A proposal from the transformation of immaterial arises as a mixed media installation.
Serie of replicas of the blue worker jacket, result of its formal study together with an ongoing research on movement and emotions; Cuidado, is soft.
Compilation of drawings which explores the agonic and extraordinary beautiful relation of culture and nature
From some watercolors of Perishable Instants I manipulated them digitally to then print out two silk scarfs. Pictures by Geray Mena
Among ma face, manipulation of a watercolors self portrait due to make it wearable. Project developed under Rietveld Uncut, exhibited at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
There is no finer, richer, more beautiful fabric than the skin of a pretty woman.
We made some merchandising garments for Ulldeter together with Julieta Ferrari.
Stola is a garments collection which arises from my interest into mythology, and so, its aesthetic materialization: the classical sculpture. Through the theoretical and performative research of the myth, I related the claim of truth from mythology as a tool for actually create real, to Merleau Ponty’s theories around the strangeness.
Purity is a project of seashells jewelry. It began on my last holidays when I felt in love with pink mother of pearl shells and I decided to collect some.
Together with Stefano Bona we did the artworks for last Heather LP: Union
Delante de la cara is a research through the role of garments in gender construction. How the performativity of garments, that from the repetition of patterns, produce subjectivities. Being a women as a result of these performativities and the possibilities under the uncontrollable repetition.
A pleated skirt that opens and intuits the action to expand. It’s the photo and video expression created for the skirt we made in a performance by Fer cosa fora.
Serie de la tierra is a compilation of three actions in which we reflected around the idea of being women as a layer of our body. Always under the metaphor of the body as a landscape.