Her most recent project was created for the graduate collection and integrated 3D printed elements, complex flat pattern designs, and the distortion of a grid in order to create a series of garments. These ruffled creations exist somewhere at the intersection of Elizabethan drama, Dale Chihuly’s glass, and the intricacy of a nudibranch. Drawing on inspiration from classical sculpture, in which marble was so skillfully carved as to appear to be flowing fabric, she explores the interaction between the perception of hard and soft, digital and physical.
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