Ana Holck

At the Lost in Lace exhibition Ana Holck produced work that included the use of perspex hinges, which I am using for my unfolds, opens out or spreads out project.  Her architectural work tries to show an understanding and awareness of space as she replicates the hexagonal concrete pavement that is commonly found in Rio de Janeiro out of perspex and hinges the shapes so that the structure flows throughout the interior of the museum.  I find Holck’s construction of the hinges does not appear to impair the continuity of the visual effect which is what I would like to do with my piece of haute couture fashion accessory to make it more aesthetically pleasing.

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