“Bricolage and Minimalism, A Fashion Collection exhibition- what you see is not what you truly see” is held in Bryson Hall, Savannah, Georgia, in May 2018.
Curator: Dandi Gu, Editorial Photographer: Joanna Shi, Fashion Designer: Fei Liu.
About the exhibition:
Bricolage and Minimalism, a fashion collection M.F.A thesis exhibition designed by Fei Liu, aims to convey the connection between Bricolage and Minimalism. Bricolage is a French wording that means “do it yourself,” it expresses construction or creation from a diverse range of available things.
This exhibition is curated by Dandi Gu and photography by Joanna Shi, includes 20 garments which explore Bricolage and Minimalism as metaphors for juxtaposition and changeability based on fashion design. Liu brings about the idea of what you can see is not what you truly see, rethinks deconstructionism in minimalist fashion inspired by the Avant-Garde art and fashion.
About Fashion Designer: Fei Liu
Fei Liu is a SCAD graduate student, majoring in M.F.A Fashion Design. Liu is one of the few fashion designers, focuses on sustainability of art and fashion and reasonable of application of materials. Liu is devoted to using up all the materials to make a complete garment. And each piece of clothing is removable to another clothing, to recreate a new work within existing clothing. The gem of creation highlights the aesthetic innovation, experimental practice, and rational utilization of available things.