US artist, Derick Melander, has created a stunning sculpture from neatly folded second hand clothing. The art work raises interesting questions about affluence and consumption.
Working with a group of school children, artist Derick Melander has created an art installation from carefully folded and stacked second-hand clothing. Melander said when he come across a dress with a hand-sewn repair or a coat with a name written inside the collar, the work starts to feel like a collective portrait.
Watch the video about the project.
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