From the Vault, Pap Souleye Fall's radical-custom sewing on Artblog Radio

From the Vault, Pap Souleye Fall's radical-custom sewing on Artblog Radio
In this From the Vault post, tune in to our 2016 sound podcast with Pap Souleye Fall, a 2017 UArts graduate, whose work is highlighted at the Displays at Moore in the 5 into 1 show, up til June 24, 2017. Pap's execution and sewing-based works are profound and group engaged and extraordinary. 

Pap Souleye Fall makes things to show and offer, similar to caps and shirts. Infrequently he makes things for himself, similar to the body suit he wore to our meeting.

The craftsman has a specific method for making apparel for himself that includes a sort of custom of sewing himself in and tearing out the lines to get himself out and after that re-sewing himself back in. 

He demonstrated to me his toes, independently depicted in his suit, and as he talked it appeared to me the craftsmanship suit was part skin and part religious attire, the last mentioned, loaded with profound individual significance. The youthful craftsman is additionally lively in his way to deal with making things, and he's not kidding about coming back to his nation of origin of Senegal to begin a workmanship focus, post graduation from College of Expressions of the human experience in 2017.
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