Material Identities examines the way in which that folks use fabric gadgets as instruments for projecting elements in their identities.
- Considers the best way identification is shaped, introduced, used, and fashionable within the fabric world.
- Contributors intrude from the disciplines of artwork historical past, anthropology, layout and fabric culture.
- Considers contrasting media - portray, print, sculpture, gown, coinage, structure, furnishings, luxurious goods, and inside design.
- Explores the complexity of identification in the course of the intersection notions of gender, ethnicity, age, sexuality, and class.
- Reaffirms the primary position of public identities and their effect on social life.
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