POETRY AND VISUAL ART ON YOUR DEVICE:Future Fashion Fates over Fatalities
REQUIRES APPLE BOOKS (FORMALLY IBOOKS) APPLICATION FOR YOUR DEVICE
My generation is the generation of “experiences”; we can not seem to collect enough of them. I have noticed I too have struggled with the intense drive to continue to move forward relentlessly- never enough time to see, do, smell, tastes- experience. Growing up at the shift of the Information Age, moving from a more quiet existence with limited resources of my public library and community or childhood travels to suffice my quest for knowledge then entering into endless knowledge at my fingertips as well as endless “friends” to pursue, one can get lost in the noise of mind chatter. These created experiences explore such cultural shifts. The thing about endless experiences and endless knowledge is the real fact that so many paved the way so we, the collective, we have the privilege and luxury to enter this new and exciting world. May my generation pass on the same exploration and opportunities to those that follow in a thoughtful, meaningful and divine way.
Introduction from the artist
“About this Experience:
These poems and visuals are musings on one of the largest global industries: FASHION- often overlooked with its reach and easily misunderstood. While this experience only touches on a minute aspect of an empire, the artistry of the creations have the capacity to continue beyond the time of those who have the unique opportunity to form such exquisite works.
The intention of this experience is to honor the individuals within an industry I had the pleasure to take part in, as a participant and observer. One that is in a midst of a great shift; my hopes it will continue to evolve beyond expectations. The ability for so much self expression in one arena is beyond glorious.
May you find a moment of reprieve on your device, whether you are on the move or in a place of stillness. Best of luck on your journey and curiosity; may your own voice and power never cease.”
-Victoria Lee Case