In the textile industry, unique items are viewed as luxury productsbut when are such things actually luxury?In copy! please copy!, Jutta Eberhard presents a fake collectionhandmade, copied freely from existing haut couture combined
with the exhortation to use these works to make further copies. Eberhards pieces of clothing are not particularly wearable,
however; the shows models are limited in their mobility, a fact which points to the inefficiency of nonmass- produced
handwork.The presentation of the collection copy! please copy! will also be special in terms of its setting: the backdrop for this fashion performance is the relic of a work by Eva Schlegel
made of giant weather balloons from the MAK Exhibition Hall, currently still on display in the exhibition EVA SCHLEGEL.
In Between (to run till 1 May 2011). The inclusion of this work in copy! please copy! expands the concept of copyright-free
use, re-contextualizing it at the MAK.Afterwards Music by DJ Jay de Bean.demand-to-copy.com
copy! please copy!
Tue, 03.05.2011, 9.00 pm
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