"Dimensional Lines" at the Evanston Art Center featured in Time Out Chicago critics' pick

Time Out Chicago’s Jessica Herman writes on KATRIN SCHNABL:
“I want to address what I call memory trace, my made-up memory of the space,” says Schnabl, a fashion designer and School of the Art Institute of Chicago professor who often works as a costume designer. Reusing cotton and linen garments from her own line, she’s created a netlike structure linking the inside of the house to the outside. “[The garments are] going to be exposed to the elements. It’s deliberate in a sense that as the place is decaying, and my idea of how the memory is changing, the structure is invited to react and change.”

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Time Out Chicago “Dimensional Lines - Art & Dress”

Photo: Nicole Radja, TOC