Fashioned in Hounslow exhibition at Salisbury Cafe

Company: Creative People & Places Hounslow
Artist(s): Lukasz Kapuscinski & Lara-Sophie Schneider
Running Time: Until 10 April 2024, during usual venue opening hours
Price: FREE

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

About this event

This series of photographs is the outcome of a collaboration between photographer Lukasz Kapuscinski and Fashion and Textiles student Lara-Sophie Schneider, both of whom study at the University of West London (UWL). The photographs chart Lara’s process of creating a garment from her collection Divine Femininity.

In making this garment, Lara researched Greek mythology at the British Museum in order to find ways to convey female fortitude and elegance, which she sees as being associated with the representation of Greek goddesses. She draped fabrics and incorporated macramé to give the garment a more contemporary feel. Lara’s work highlights the importance of sustainability and handcrafts in contemporary fashion.

Lukasz’ photographic documentation of Lara’s creative process focuses on the level of detail and care that went into the construction of the garment. The images take the viewer through the different stages of production, to the finished piece being modelled by Lara herself. The final image is set in the gothic ruins in Gunnersbury Park to showcase the dress and its relationship to history and nature, while offering a distinct association with Hounslow where the garment was designed and made.

About Lukasz Kapuscinski

Lukasz Kapuscinski is a photographer with over 10 years of experience in the field of fine art photography. His works are characterised by a unique view of the world and extraordinary sensitivity to detail.

His portfolio covers a wide range of subjects, from fashion photography to artistic portraits and documentary photography. Kapuscinski uses light and composition to capture emotional moments and tell stories through his photographic images. His unique approach to photography allows him to discover beauty in everyday situations.

Lukasz Kapuscinski's many years of practice resulted in the creation of a unique style that distinguishes him. His photos are full of depth and expressive colour which gives them a unique character.

Lukasz is currently a mature second year photography student at the University of West London.

About Creative People & Places Hounslow’s Visual Arts Programme

The Creative People & Places Hounslow Visual Arts Programme presents new and original exhibitions in libraries, cafes and other public spaces across the borough. CPP Hounslow is a consortium led by Watermans. Visit www.hounslowvisualarts.org.uk for more information

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.


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