Existing Otherwise: The Future of Coexistence with Sarah Ama Duah

Sarah Ama Duah, a participant of the exhibition Existing Otherwise: The Future of Coexistence, led a workshop  @redclay_studio .

Cotton T-shirts were the material foundation of the workshop. With an experimental and playful approach, Sarah uses T-shirts as material for building a collective sculpture. What are the shirts made of?

How can we deconstruct them? From 2D to 3D – inventing new shapes and forms. Along the process, participants had a look at examples of artistic fashion approaches and the basics of pattern making. In the second part of the workshop, the participants were invited to experience their artworks by wearing them collectively building volatile sculptures.

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