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verFilzt Und zugeNäht: Issue 32
Fall 2011


In this issue, everything is about changes. Change as camouflage is a topic, the Russian artist Tatiana Sheverda thinks about. In her design, she exhibits the »chameleon-like« human nature. A side glance on fashion’s history also shows how essential adaptation was in order not to be excluded from society. Read more about this issue in our article about the exhibition »Attraction and Shame« in Augsburg. Renovation through transformation is a topic that plays an important role in the field of sustainable fashion: The studio »Bis es mir vom Leibe fällt (Until it falls off my body)« in Berlin proves that you cannot only repair old things but also make something totally new out of them. How the ravages of time transform nature and things, you can observe at the Felt Art Hiking Trail in Tisens where the exhibited pieces are permanently exposed to the rough elements. And how

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a coat can change you, you read in the portrait about the friends Claudia Arndt and Birgit Sagel!

    

Table of Contents

Events

  • Felters' Gathering in Pians, Austria
  • »Pimp your Bike« in Essen
  • »Magic Felt« in Munich

Workshops

  • »Tubes«, Gerlinde Merl
  • »Mantle, Collars, Cuffs«, Jeanette Sendler
  • »Bags and Jackets«, Rutsuko Sakata
  • Pentecost Academy with Inge Bauer and Heike Reul
  • »Hats«, Pam de Groot

Exhibitions

  • Felt Art Hiking Trail in Tisens, South Tyrol
  • »Attraction and Shame« in Augsburg

Portraits

  • Caroline Merrell
  • Tatiana Sheverda
  • Claudia Arndt und Birgit Sagel
  • Csilla Wenczel

Journey

  • Kyrgyzstan

Education

  • School Project »Tree's Poem«
  • Textile Designer

Sustainability

  • The Studio »Until it falls off my body« in Berlin

Tutorial

  • Photo Transfer

 
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