Art meets Fashion
Caren Sielaff

Caren Sielaff’s motif is fashion. Her fashion illustrations are free, artistically autonomous works, sometimes playfully poetic, sometimes expressively staged. The visual appeal lies in the broad range of techniques. Along with drawing and painting, she uses photography, which she transforms into something painterly using digital media.

Caren Sielaff also processes clothing, fashion accessories, and fabrics to produce pictures, sculptures, videos, and performances. Here, fashion becomes a raw material for works of art. The production of clothing belongs to this category, which blurs the boundary to fashion design, since the products are definitely wearable in the conventional sense.

The Ebook is a form of artist’s catalog and brings together Caren Sielaff’s various media in the visionary pair, art and fashion. In a game of mutual attraction and repulsion, Caren Sielaff’s series find a timeless interface between art and fashion.


More Information, see Caren Sielaff

Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion
Caren Sielaff, Art In Flow, Malerei, Collage, Photography, fashion

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iBook

German / English

125 MB

54 Pages

2013

no longer available

ISBN: 978-3-938457-18-4

 

You could order this eBook as an .ibook from iTunes from 2013 to 2019.

 

In early 2012, Apple launched a new version of the app called iBooks 2. This allows iBooks with multimedia content, e.g. B. 3D animations or photo galleries, read and obtain through the iBooks Store. With iBooks 3, the iCloud was firmly integrated into the app. Purchased books are also available directly on the bookshelf and can be updated. Up to iOS 7, iBooks was not preinstalled, but could be loaded via the App Store like third-party apps. It has been an integral part of the system since iOS 8.

This technical development speaks for itself. The compatibility of the ibooks and their application in contemporary art as well.