BORROW

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
We travel in search of sulfur
2009
Watercolour, pencil and collage on Fabriano traditional white 640gsm paper

 

A collaborative work created especially for Milly Sleeping
Exhibited as part of the 2009 L'Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival
Sunday 15th March – Sunday 22nd March, 2009
Off the Kerb, 66B Johnston St, Collingwood

Borrow
Part of GIVE/TAKE with Alexi Freeman and Aaron Roberts, Thorsten Richter, Naomi Tettmann and Yandell Walton, and (Coordinating Curator) Nella Themelios
Launched: 17th March, 2009
Contributors: Emma Grace, Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison, Hua – Tam Hua, Jasmina Krupic, MAIIKE – Aly Peel, cke – Ellie Mücke, JM, LM and MP for Milly Sleeping, Al Pea Co, Lani Sommer, Wah Wah Wears – Zoe Churchill

Local artists and designers appropriated the entire space at Off the Kerb gallery for the duration of the festival. This included the gallery stairwell, where Milly Sleeping presented a collection of wearable works that visitors were encouraged to try on and borrow as they viewed the accompanying exhibitions.

Thank you to Off the Kerb director, Shini Pararajasingham and Cultural Program Manager, Fleur Watson

(Milly Sleeping)

(Trying on the drawing) We travel in search of sulfur, 2009 (before it heads to the gallery to be exhibited as part of Borrow)


Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, Ah, yes, that's it (detail), 2009, for I Feel Fine

I FEEL FINE

Two collaborative works on paper created especially for Milly Sleeping
Exhibited as part of the 2009 L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival
Sunday 15th March – Sunday 29th March, 2009
Milly Sleeping, 157 Elgin St, Carlton

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
He was always mistaking her for someone else
2009
Watercolour, pencil and collage on Fabriano traditional white HP 640gsm paper

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
Ah, yes, that's it
2009
Watercolour, pencil and collage on Fabriano traditional white HP 640gsm paper

I Feel Fine
For the L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program of 2009
Launched: 16th March, 2009
Contributors: Evian Lee (formerly of Von, with Lui Hon), Emma Grace, Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison, Hua – Tam Hua, Jasmina Krupic, Sheena Murray – Sheena Roberts


Designers were briefed to consider the way dress impacts upon sensation and experience. A feature of the exhibit was a suite of collars made by Evian Lee from unconventional materials including tyvek and plaster. I Feel Fine was the partner stairwell installation to Borrow at Off the Kerb during LMFF 09.

Thank you to Cultural Program Manager, Fleur Watson.

(Milly Sleeping)