Stanislava Sindjelic「THE SPACE OF A NON-EXISTENT LANDSCAPE」|永續時尚之旅

|Category:Clothing and textile design
|Material:Silk and mix material
|Technique:Batik, serti, combined technique
|City, Country:Belgrade, Serbia

Stanislava Sindjelic_SUSFUTURE2024 國際永續時尚設計展

/Artist 藝術家/

I am a PhD student at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, University of Art. I am working on a doctoral art project in the field of textiles, where I am engaged in the research of forms derived from the clothing discourse. The rich cultural history, anthropology, and traditions of these places inspire me in my works. Part of my interest is working on the unique production of leather handbags. At the university, I teach a group of subjects in the field of contemporary clothing and textiles.


Perspectives on Tradition and Future, Sustainability and Fashion, and Life.

In an era of forced consumerism, sustainable fashion is essential. Designers and artists should be an example, showing with their work the possibilities of recontextualizing sustainable materials. This is not a global trend, but a path that offers enormous opportunities in finding new solutions in sustainable materials. In my work, I often use ready-made or partly industrially produced materials and objects, and as such I implement them in the final design.


Stanislava Sindjelic_SUSFUTURE2024 國際永續時尚設計展

The Concept and Description of the Work關於參展作品的創作動機與設計理念

The presented works were created through the process of  recycling home textiles. By re-contextualizing the silk bedclothes, clothing elements were created that were hand-painted. Batik and serti techniques were used in this process. The collection has an accentuated color palette, with a drawing that accompanies it artistically. Intuitively painted, like landscape pictures that we carry inside. Silk is the primary material used in the realization of the model. She is with its natural softness and shine, easily absorbs drops of paint, which flow in a controlled manner into playful images. On their heads they wear handmade caps, which symbolize the stylized embroidery motifs from the Serbian folk costume.