Take.From.Away -Louise Richardson   “I am currently looking at the idea of memory and identity, bringing universal messages to the viewer through the portrayal of objects in my own memory.”      Louise Richardson, is a UK artist from Norfolk who creates intricate garments, collages and sculptures utilizing a diverse range of materials and mixed media.

Layers of scorched and torn paper or fabric. Earth tones, down to earth dress art. IDEA - torn shreds of text as embroidery, or photoshop printed onto fabric Louise Richardson

Mandy Pattullo - "A preoccupation with place, memory and absence. Work made in response to Jesmond's Victorian cemeteries for a solo exhibition in Gateshead 2008."

Memento Mori - Mandy Pattullo series of work made in response to Jesmond's Victorian cemeteries for solo exhibition 2008

Wedding dress with embroidered/stitched handwriting ~ perhaps a new maifesto, wedding vows re-conceived? by UK textile installation artist, Cathryn Kemp. via readroaddesign: "Kemp explores narratives around female identity and rites of passage. Her work deconstructs and reconstructs notions of femininity using vintage garments"

By UK textile installation artist, Cathryn Kemp "Kemp explores narratives around female identity and rites of passage. Her work deconstructs and reconstructs notions of femininity using vintage garments"

Fashionality: Dress and Identity in Contemporary Canadian Art: Barb Hunt's "Steel Dresses" at De Luca Gallery

Tree and Root Dress! Dress and Identity in Contemporary Canadian Art Barb Hunt's famous Root Dress

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Anita Hutchinson blowing-in-the-wind.

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