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FLAMINGO FLANEUR

TAKING INSPIRATION FROM AMERICAN ARTIST, MIKA TAJIMA AND HER BLOCK-COLOURED FURNITURE SCULPTURES AND THE LIGHT,
MYSTERY AND MOOD OF COPPOLA’S VIRGIN SUICIDES WE SEE THE CONSTANT PLAY BETWEEN WHAT IS SOFT, WHAT IS HARD.
THIS IS THE FELDER FELDER TERRITORY.NEAT OVER-THE-KNEE PENCIL SKIRTS IN ROMANTIC ROSE AND GOLD JACQUARDS,
PRETTY CIRCLE SKIRTS IN BLACK NET LACE. PALM PRINTS IN BRUISED BANANA ARE USED ACROSS SHIRTS, MIDRIFF SKIMMING
TOPS AND PENCILS. THE FLAMINGO, NORMALLY A BRASH VISUAL SYMBOL OF TROPICAL MIAMI, IS SOFTENED INTO DREAMY
SOFT FOCUS ON ORGANZA AND SILK GEORGETTE.CAN SUCH DISSONANCE EXIST? WHY NOT OF COURSE, FOR THIS IS THE SINE
QUA NON PLUS OF THE FELDER FELDER WOMAN WHO IS AT COMPLETE EASE MOVING BETWEEN DIFFERENT WORLDS, UPTOWN
TO DOWNTOWN, NIGHT TO DAY, FROM THE RAREFIED ENVIROMENTS OF A PRIVATE ART COLLECTION TO FAVOURITE DIVE BAR.
THE FELDER WOMAN IS NEVER OUT OF PLACE NOR IS SHE EVER PART OF A CROWD.

 

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