Quilted Squishy Flesh Suits

Daisy Collingridge:


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3 Responses:

  1. Leonardo Herrera says:

    Some have read Collingridge’s costumes as a commentary on body image and body ideals.

    Fuck I hate that shit. It's like the mondays quote from the Office Space movie.

    • margaret says:

      others would say it's documentary rather than commentary, such as my S.O., who works in a heart surgery room and suffers having to push mounds of unwashed, rancid, lesion infested fat rolls on an endless line of obese patients day in and day out.

  2. Nick Lamb says:

    Ah, the 62 Group of Textile Artists. My sister (Hannah) asked me to help resolve the confusion that their name causes. Unfortunately for them there was a historical anti-fascist group named the 62 Group (because 1962 was like "How are fascists still a thing?" plus ca change) and so Wikipedia suggests that's what people are interested in. Better than sharing your name with Nazis but not ideal. So now there's a Wikipedia page for her 62 Group and the Wikipedia page for the other one at least acknowledges that you might be thinking of the extant textile artists not the anti-fascists and gives you a link.

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