The narrative, the wording of meaning, the definition of attitudes are very relevant requirements to later work of art, action or absence thereof. So what explanations are given visually or verbally is of great matter.
As far as I understood, the art project named 'Project Facade' re-forms anatomical, pathological and surgical dismay of real world war I victims that are portrayed on the project's website in order to visualize their history, their suffering as some type of 'fashion narrative'. As I am both practically and theoretically interested in this subject, this caught my interest.
Realistic documentaries may be biased if not fictionalized already enough for my taste, yet these attempts to create clothes that tell stories are completely invented - yet, they seem to carry even more relevant or truthful aspects about the uncharted territories of the relationship between two completely different species - seemingly healthy humans, and apparently disabled humans.
Copyright 2005 Paddy Hartley.