I O I A

Clash Project

Ioia

source:ioianl
“We are I O I A. We are material designers & a multidisciplinary creative studio. Everything we create is bright, bold and playful.”
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source:currentobsessioncom
The Clash Project investigates what work for the body could be. It centers on the participants response to make an outfit that is wearable on the catwalk. Again, the 6th edition of the Clash Project is a collection not just made by one person, but by 10 that are referring on their existing, everyday work with the body as a platform.

The invited participants are designer Ola Mirecka who played with Lego colors as she currently designs for them, artist Raoul Zöllner together with Viola from the blog Pinar Viola experiments with white socks, recently graduated jewelry maker Minou Lejeune that acts more like a stylist in her work and Shana Teugels made an outfit that shapes her kitch materials into a mermaid dress. Sanne Vaasen developed a previous work into a human worn cocoon, as jewelry design Gabriel Guevera pushed a detail of a existing brooch into an illuminated art work and Benten Clay’s human excess come in form of a bear mask. Shaping material in form brought the girls from Ioia together which is reflected in the light blue foam suit, Dennis Vanderbroek gets fringy and shows flesh, acting it out in his performance and Marie Claire Krell brings it all down to a strong translation of her sculptural artwork involving scenario with a pinball gun.

Again, in its 6th year, it gives an experimental context. The results are unexpected bodysuits and abstract visions of its maker that are different in colour, shape and material. None of the 10 outfits for this editions look alike. There is no trend factor. The opportunity creates a vast range of possible links between the disciplines. The select of participants scrambles linear approaches to produce unexpected constellations, revealing powerful connections between the participants profession and contribution.
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source:nykyinencom
The Clash Project investigates what work for the body could be. It centers on the participants response to making an outfit fit for the catwalk.

Again, the 6th edition of the Clash Project is a collection by not just one person, but 10 – referring to their existing, everyday work with the body as their platform. In it’s 6th year The Clash Project provides an experimental context. The results are unexpected bodysuits and abstract visions of the maker that appear different in color, shape and material none of the 10 outfits for this editions look alike. There is no trend factor.

This opportunity creates a vast range of possible links between the disciplines. The selection of participants scrambles linear approaches to produce between the participants profession and contribution. The invited participants are designer Ola Mirecka who, being a Lego design employee, played with Lego’s primary colors. Artist Raoul Zöllner together with Viola from the blog “Pinar Viola” experimented with white socks.

Recently graduated Jewelry Maker Minou Lejeune who acts like a stylist making props in her work. Shana Teugels who made an outfit that shapes her kitch materials into a mermaid outfit. Sanne Vaassen, who developed a previous work into a human-worn cocoon. Jewellery Designer Gabriel Guevera the detailing of an existing brooch into an illuminated art work. Benten Clay’s “human excess” comes in form of a bear mask.

Shaped material in forms brought the girls fromIoia together, resulting in a light blue foam suit. Artist Dennis Vanderbroek gots fringy and shows flesh, acting it out in his performance and last but not least, Marie Claire Krell brings a strong translation of het sculptural artwork involving a scenario with a paintball gun. All outfits were photographed by Karen Kikkert, model, photographer and follower of The Clash Projext since it’s inception in 2009, and who has contributed by staging this edition in the appropriate context.

Again, in its 6th year, it gives an experimental context. The results are unexpected bodysuits and abstract visions of its maker that are different in colour, shape and material. None of the 10 outfits for this editions look alike. There is no trend factor. The opportunity creates a vast range of possible links between the disciplines. The select of participants scrambles linear approaches to produce unexpected constellations, revealing powerful connections between the participants profession and contribution.