A-Line in Glass

Year: 2007 onwards
Dimensions: Dress sz 4
Media: Mirrorized blown glass, silcone, artist, accessories
 
 

Pink- Peach Glass Dress, 2010

A reflective, flexible glass dress interacts with people in New York, while absorbing into its mirrored surface the city that surrounds it.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Blue dress, 2017

Others have worn the dresses as the build of the dress offers elastic flexibility for the wearer’s body type.
 
 
 
 
 

Excerpt from a video journal that chronicled a day in the life of the glass dress, 2007

Interactions in public space test the invisible boundary set up by the viewer’s curiosity to fixate on me or temptation to feel the dress, and perceived inappropriateness of staring at me, calling out to me or touching my body.

 

 

Pink- Peach Glass Dress, 2010

A reflective, flexible glass dress interacts with people in New York, while absorbing into its mirrored surface the city that surrounds it. 2010.

 

 

Pink- Peach Glass Dress, 2010

Interactions in public space test the invisible boundary set up by the viewer’s curiosity to fixate on me or temptation to feel the dress, and perceived inappropriateness of staring at me or touching my body.

 

 

Blue dress, 2017

The dress is styled by the person wearing it.

 

 

Pink- Peach Glass Dress, 2010

A reflective, flexible glass dress interacts with people in New York, while absorbing into its mirrored surface the city that surrounds it. At night time.

 

 

Blue dress, 2017

Blue glass dress during a seminar lecture at MassArt in 2019

 

 

Pink- Peach Glass Dress, 2010

The dress is flexible and comfortable to sit in. As I bend or flex the dress, the shards break further into smaller convex mirrors, shed like dead skin cells, turning to dust over time. This is a self-eroding object.