Shot by the MEDIA ARTS CENTER San Diego's Teen Producers: Dulce Martinez, Paloma Arias, and Trevor Seines with the help of their fabulous instructor, Jodi Cilley.
Starring: Anna Weeks and Kla-Bada
Art Installation by Guy Lombardo
Fashion Design & Jewelery Design Anjela Piccard
Edited and Produced by Katherine Sweetman
Hair: William Williams with assistants, Mirza Batanovic and Mary Sinnett
Make-Up Artist Luisa Fernanda
N-GOM is the future.
It is the battered future through the inescapable dystopic lens. Revealed is the degradation, overpopulation, and destruction. The setting for our story is in the afterward. It is in the confusion and the inevitable but fragmentary reconstruction. Our inspiration is nestled between the septic desert earth that refuses to bear crops and the polluted streams that refuse to hold fish but instead carry discarded plastic debris.
In the future, a new generation is born. They are scavengers, they are hunters, and they are alone. They fill-in the blanks with whatever is available. They invent histories and mythologies with broken, second-hand stories. In a time where salvaging and recycling are inherent, they re-build their lives with what is available. A new visual language arises to deal with the new visual landscape. The aesthetics of necessity begin to form providing a strange, horrible, and beautiful emergence of a new kind of culture, art, and fashion. New Ground Old Materials (N-GOM).
Made possible by:
MEDIA ARTS CENTER San Diego, http://www.mediaartscenter.org/
and Art Meets Fashion,