A gif of the exhibition title, Ambrosia, in Hoss Sharp with various glyphs and images shuffling and replacing random letters in the word.

Grace Fuller

A glyph of a paintbrush.


WearingPatterns is a collection of clothing pieces created using existing and found materials. The stamped icons incorporated throughout the pieces represent different aspects of everyday life that are relied on in order to create a sense of familiarity. The repeated use of the same icon over and over again illustrates the human need for repetition and familiarity in order to achieve comfort. The chosen material and silotues are used to exaggerate the comfort and familiarity the pieces are supposed to help achieve.

An image of three different folded clothing pieces. The one of the farthest left is a cream oversized crewneck like piece that is folded in half lengthwise. There is a black stamped icon repeating over the entirety of the sleeves. The piece in the middle is a small folded black long sleeved shirt. Midway down the sleeves there are new sewers on gray sleeves with circular black stamps repeating with ruffles circling the wrists of the sleeve. The third piece and a shirt that is made of a thick cream fabric that seems like it would be a part of a piece of furniture. The outermost parts of the shirt are dark green along with the sleeves. The green part if the body have a white repeating pattern stamped on it. These objects are placed on a wrinkly white background.
Handwritten signature from Grace Fuller in red.