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From afar, Iris van Herpen’s work is more than hard to read – perhaps even jarring. Silhouettes, at once sensual and stark, cling to the body or carve out away from it in pallid colours and metallic shells. more
Strange textures are seemingly rigid and viscous at the same time – their futuristic spirit quelled by organic abnormalities and incongruence. Embedded with contrasts, her work is staggeringly technical yet grounded by human imperfection. It represents the culmination of a collective outreach – dresses as icons of a unique, postmodern system of research and development.