Posted in Art Installation, Earth Art, Little Green Dress, Local Plants, VanDusen Botanical Garden, tagged botanical garden, eco-art, eco-fashion, environmental art, fashion, green dress, installation, local plants, nature, plants, sculpture, style, Vancouver, VanDusen, wardrobe, Weedrobes on November 16, 2012|
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Dawn in the trees
One dress will be kept outside for a year in Dawn’s garden and it’s seasonal changes will be documented
Wear it and Compost it- is not just a snappy tag line for this series, the dresses will indeed be turned into compost. Seen here is the pile of organic materials from the garments that will help other plants grow someday.
Barbara, still beautiful. A metaphor for accepting our own aging process
21 dresses weathering in the garden
The ensemble of 21 dresses weathering gracefully in the garden. The summer and fall were quite warm with a lot of sunshine, so the dresses dried well but then the weather turned and we had heavy rains. Most of the dresses still held up and some of them even started to sprout new growth!
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Posted in Art Installation, Earth Art, Little Green Dress, Local Plants, VanDusen Botanical Garden, tagged botanical garden, Crab-apples, eco-art, eco-fashion, edible fashion, environmental art, fashion, green dress, installation, Land Art St-Hilaire, local plants, nature, plants, pommes, red dress, sculpture, Vancouver, VanDusen, Weedrobes on September 21, 2012|
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The 21 dresses are now completed! The last one was Jérémie, which was made out of Crab-apples. Her favourite colour is red and she is the curator of a Land Art project in Quebec which is held in an apple orchard. I participated in this a few years ago with an installation called Pommes Maison– a skirt for a tree made of apples.
Jérémie: Crab-apples, Ligularia leaves and buds, Smoke Bush leaves, Maple leaves, Sweetgum seed pods, False Indigo seed pods, Hemp and Linen thread.
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