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BEING HUMAN COMPETITION NATASHA HESMONDHALGH 1602747@my.aub.ac.uk thesmondhalgh@gmail.com 07802735272 - LAVA Volcanic fire represents complex aspects that relate towards the human mind, as it lurks behind a solid surface for a certain period of time just mulling over, eventually compiling enough force and pressure to explode into extremely dangerous and damaging consequences. This is how the human mind works in showing emotion, getting angry and stressed to the point that they eventually explode and may say or do things that can never be repaired. Volcanoes after exploding cause damage beyond repair, scolding everything and everyone in its way. Through this process comes sadness but also surprise alongside fear. However, when the eruptions happen this is a time of growth,rebuild and renewal, the aftermath is a chance to grow and feel relieved in knowing that the storm that was brewing has finally passed. Through every deconstruction is a chance to reconstruct and create to feel content once again. My aim throughout this competition, is to show the human emotion using the inspiration of volcanoes and lava by looking at different emotions and portraying them through garments and using textile techniques to help connect the audience. I have experimented with appropriate forms of textiles to achieve this. The garments I am portraying show the 7 main emotions: Anger. ... Fear. ... Disgust. ... Happiness. ... Sadness. ... Surprise. ... Content. The techniques I am using to create this concept is embroidery using thin rope and thick wool, knit using the technique of looping and patchworking strips of fabric to create one piece of fabric.


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