The collection reflects the evolution of pain as it is experienced by human body. Empowered by ornamental scars, the skin represents an underlying stratum in transformation of pain. The skin, that has inherited the constituencies of this transformation, transcends to become a canvas.The collection illustrates the skin as an organic entity through which the revolutionary process of liberation is mapped.
Samira Daneshvar is a lecturer at University of Miami and a practitioner in Toronto, Canada. She received her Master of Architecture at University of Toronto and Master of Science at University of Michigan. She joined the realm of art and architecture after five years of medical studies in Tehran. Her research and design work is directed towards an intermediate field of architecture and medical sciences. Her work has appeared in Thresholds 44 (MIT), Inflection Journal (Melbourne School of Design) and Centre 22 (University of Texas).
Veruska Vasconez is an architectural and urban designer, and a full time lecturer at the University of Miami since 2005. She is well known for her expertise in computer graphics and representation. She has been a curator and assistant curator on numerous exhibitions, and is co-founder and curator for Meetinghouse, a not-for-profit art gallery located in a historic building in downtown Miami. Vasconez has a fellowship in the Department of Planning and Design Excellence at Miami-Dade County Parks and Recreation. She has been developing Data Mapping of demographics, geography, topography, climate, health status, socio-economic status, and urban infrastructure.
FASHION ART TORONTO
JUNE 2 - JUNE 17, 2021
Film / Video Partners