Wardrobe

 

At present Wardrobe by  MizzIsak (Marita Isaksson) is exhibited at Cat Eyed People’s Playground.

Wardrobe is an interactive sound-installation, which consist of six stories related to clothes, appearance and demands from family, lovers, friends, and society to dress, and behave, in a certain ways. And how these demands can interfere, hurt and injure the individual who is exposed to the critical and judgemental comments.

Wardrobe is exhibited together with the photo-exhibition Fragments of I.

The exhibition(s) is open:
2nd Nov 4–7pm
3rd Nov 2–5pm
4th Nov 2–5pm
16th Nov 4–7pm
17th Nov 2–5pm
18th Nov 2–5pm

Wardrobe – Pantyhose’s itch, shoes that make me taller, black makes me thinner, three stripe and not two, no ruffles, yellow is ugly, blue suits you, I hate blue, lilac is hippie, white gets dirty, not to short a skirt, not to long a dress, shorts … dress code … to fit into stereotypes, never to fit in, to identify with, be judged and values on basis on the shoes you wear. By MizzIsak, Marita Isaksson

Fragments of I You tell me that you know me and know who I am. My answer is that you have knowledge of the parts I choose to show you and which I have edited for you. The puzzle that is called I is a continuity of renewal, change, and decay. A thin tread and a compact lump all in one. By MizzIsak, Marita Isaksson

 

New exhibition opening at Llama Lloyd and during Culture Night Copenhagen

Time for Copenhagen Culture Night and two new exhibitions at one – Wardrobe and Fragments of I on the 12th of October at Cat Eyed People’s Playground.

The weekend before on the 6th of October Fragments of I will be exhibited at Llama Lloyd in Gothenburg, Sweden. 

Pantyhose’s itch, shoes that make me taller, black makes me thinner, three stripe and not two, no ruffles, yellow is ugly, blue suits you, I hate blue, lilac is hippie, white gets dirty, not to short a skirt, not to long a dress, shorts … dress code … to fit into stereotypes, never to fit in, to identify with, be judged and values on basis on the shoes you wear. 

Wardrobe is an interactive sound-installation with stories about clothes and identity.

You tell me that you know me and know who I am. My answer is that you have knowledge of the parts I choose to show you and which I have edited for you. The puzzle that is called I is a continuity of renewal, change, and decay. A thin tread and a compact lump all in one.

Fragments of I consist of eight photos investigating the visual physical constraints of human identity.