Overwrite/Discard/Save

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

The Overwrite/ Discard/ Save both project consists of a series of clothes and printed fabrics, which can be freely combined with each other. The individual elements have been designed as independent, artistic fashion objects, which refer to diagnoses concerning the upcoming future. They are traces of unexplained presence, and through the adopted materials, colors, structures and shapes they outline the presumed character of relationships that may exist between human being, nature, and new technologies. The use of natural and synthetic materials, but also special dedicated, authors prints creates a counterbalance to fatalistic visions and refers to the idea of effective coexistence. The forms, which come from different traditions and cultures, as well as the elements connected with different contexts, are an image of a hybrid human identity. The designed fashion garments are characterized by strong, apocalyptic poetics. The austerity, or even asceticism, of the forms creates a link between the struggle for survival and the nomadic lifestyle. 

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

  Photos by:   Krystian Daszkowski  

Photos by: Krystian Daszkowski 

Presented fashion garments were designed as a sculpture installations elements. 

They were presented during Inside Job: Ula Lucińska & Michał Knychaus, Overwrite/ Discard/ Save both show at :SKALA Gallery in Poznań, Poland. 

Link for the exhibition review: http://tzvetnik.online/portfolio_page/inside-job-at-skala/

 

Editorial credits: 

Photos: Krystian Daszkowski 
Clothing & Style: Ula Lucińska & Michał Knychaus
Make up & Hair: Ewelina Cichocka
Model: Angel/ GAGA models