Creased linens, unspecified browns and blues, drift wood, whole foods, weed, hay, soil, twigs, sand, felt, grease, feathers, leather, copper, cane, reed, golden fields, dusty flower tie front, stone wash, dream farm, organic spelt husk, seagrass laundry basket, square neck apron, homespun Danish cotton, gingham check, lace trim camisole, herringbone short, victorian hemp, collar frill, crushed rayon, duck egg white, dried daisy, bamboo, french lace, ruffled hems, shepherds crook, barley print
Waterproof, windproof, reflective, dry fit, tech fleece, windbreaker, nature beater, minimalist bare foot, sweat life, tactical vests, convertible bags, expansive carrying options, waterproof zippers, reflective accents, storm proof, hybrid performance, lightweight, synthetical insulation, ultra compact, urban commuter, quick drying, air permeable, breathable, high output, for vertical terrain, compressible, trail runner, trekking soft-shell, backcountry use
For her solo show at OUTPOST Tenant of Culture explores the relationship between fashion, nature and morality. The exhibition references the format of a trend-report, usually employed as capitalist tool, re-imagined in the gallery space as a body of collective intuition informed by mood and atmosphere. Closely observing consumer trends, fashion magazines and social media platforms ToC imagines two fictional ‘trends’ that become the focal point of the show: Pastoral Nostalgia and Ornamental Survivalism. Both relating to our increasingly platonic relationship with nature and the corporeal body, Tenant of Culture speculates on how these tendencies affect the way we dress and accessorise. Referencing the retail environment, thematically decorated with props, folly’s and mannequins she narrates the viewer trough the ambiguous undercurrents of the fashion industries nostalgia and appropriation, dream image, luxury and fleetingness.