I was recently interviewed by the Jam Factory magazine about the my current project called ‘Study of the Blues’, which is a research about the meaning of colour blue in each culture. I have collected some blue dyed fabrics , as known as indigo, in Thailand’s rural villages and trying to get everything together and make some clothes out of it. You can read by clicking the pages’ pictures to enlarge. Thank you Jam Factory for these beautiful photos.
A short project for my interview at Royal College of Art London, MA Fashion Womenswear.
bodhi |bəʊ| noun 1) the awakening experience / enlightenment Awareness of the true nature of the universe 2) a fig tree native to India and SE Asia, regarded as sacred by Buddhists. (Buddha’s enlightenment having occurred beneath such a tree) bōgaha ‘tree of knowledge’ + bō (from Sanskrit budh ‘understand thoroughly’) + gaha ‘tree’ + body |ˈbɒdi| noun (pl.bodies) the physical structure, including the bones, flesh, and organs, of a person or an animal • the trunk apart from the head and the limbs • a corpse • [ mass noun ] the physical and mortal aspect of a person as opposed to the soul or spirit: we’re together in body and spirit.