Evangeline Series : An interpretation of Classic Gothic Lolita

Finn, Angela L. (2007) Evangeline Series : An interpretation of Classic Gothic Lolita. [Digital/Creative Work]

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This series comprises three artefacts described below:

Evangeline: Classic Gothic Lolita [3 piece garment]. Evangeline 2: Classic Gothic Lolita Pullip Doll Costume [2 piece garment]. Evangeline 3: Classic Gothic Lolita Mini Pullip Doll Costume [3 piece garment].

The series was part of an exhibition curated by Kathryn Hardy Bernal entitled: "Loli-Pop: A downtown Auckland view on Japanese street fashion". The exhibition explored the connections between gothic lolita fashion and popular culture.

This work reflects on the aspect of collections in respect of the work of Hardy Bernal in relation to the connection between the japanese classic gothic lolita and the doll culture surrounding the movement. The pieces are interconnected and intended to communicate these aspects through a doll like dress worn by a model (Evangeline 1], carrying a doll wearing the same dress [Evangeline 2], carrying a smaller doll again wearing the same dress [Evangeline 3]. The artefacts appeared appeared as a central piece in the exhibition which was held at the War Memorial Museum in Auckland, New Zealand (15 September - 25 November 2007).

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ID Code: 40838
Item Type: Creative Work (Digital/Creative Work)
Refereed: No
Material: Cotton, Silk, Acetate, Polyester, Viscose
Measurements or Duration: Evangeline 1 - Size 10, Evangeline 2 - to fit 27cm Pullip doll, Evangeline 3 - to fit 10cm Mini Pulliip Doll
Number of Pieces: Evangeline 1 - 3 pieces, Evangeline 2 - 2 pieces, Evangeline 3 - 2 pieces
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Keywords: fashion, design, gothic lolita, collections, doll culture
Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN (120000) > DESIGN PRACTICE AND MANAGEMENT (120300) > Textile and Fashion Design (120306)
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2007 Angela Lee Finn
Copyright Statement: The designer asserts the intellectual and moral copyright of the garment designs that comprise the creative content of this dissertation. All rights of the owner of the created
work are reserved. The designs contained in all their formats are protected by copyright. Any manner of exhibition and any diffusion, copying, or resetting, constitutes an infringement of copyright unless previously
written consent of the copyright owner thereto has been obtained.
Deposited On: 22 Mar 2011 02:05
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2011 04:03

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