Panik, a state of disconnection and chaos. Where do I start and where do I end?
I used a personal experience to make my work honest. Analyzing a painted diary from a hard time in my life I used the paintings to create garments that visualize my feelings in context and dialogue with the body.
D e s i g n
One leg, one sleeve, a covered mouth; half-dressed. The pieces seem dislocated, only held together by a blue elastic band. Even if far stretched the construction snaps back into its original position.
P e r f o r m a n c e
Shanice was asked to visualize her personal feeling of Panik. She used this opportunity to go into an extreme dialogue with the garments, almost seemingly fighting them during her dance.
D i a r y
Agitated, spiky shapes fighting for space. Orange and pink are in an aggressive interchange, disrupted and framed by blue zig-zack lines.
M a t e r i a l
In Panik, orange and pink have been drawn with Copic-marker. To resemble the smooth artificial surface Waterproof, pink ripstop with blue embroidery and orange breathable performance fabric with a honeycomb pattern was used. The white merino wool visualized the same clash as on paper, natural meets artificial, texture meets smooth.