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Lorenzo explains, “’For the love of God’ is the collection born inside of a school project based on the study of an ethnicity as opposed to a theme of breaking. The research began as the analysis of an ancient population, the Ainù, settled in the Japanese archipelago between the XII e the XI millenium BC. Clothes of sculptures & geometrical volumes made by important tissues, highly decorated, regular & symmetrical patterned, which led to a search along the works of the artist Damien Hirst.”


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Written by bjornyeo

February 13, 2010 at 9:26 pm

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