Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Throughout the ages, in the West, as well as in various other cultures around the world, women have always been encouraged to achieve an unrealistic state of 'ideal' beauty even in cases where it has been detrimental to their health. This is apparent in more extreme examples like the Victorian corset and Chinese foot binding. Women, it seems, are willing to suffer for the sake of beauty. Ninette van Kamp is interested in conveying this relationship through textiles, looking at seams and mark makings on the body in particular.

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Ninette van Kamp

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