Creating garments from stitched-together snapshots, “wearable-photo-albums,” is a recent direction for artist Jane Deschner. She crafts a narrative in the snapshots she chooses, sometimes enhanced by an embroidered quote or image. The garment is a metaphor for ways we identify ourselves, as we do in the photographs we choose to take. Our photos, our clothes—what we shed when we pass on.
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