Abstract Title

Persona Applique'

Abstract

Persona Appliqué

This collaborative project between fashion and performance examines where the line between clothing and costume blurs. A number of methods are used, including the manipulation of common silhouettes, use of unconventional materials, and the blending of basic apparel and costume construction. The end results reveal a positive influence on the actors personality; actors tend to be more open minded and confident while embodying a specific character that is shown by their personality. Concluding this experiment, it was certain that set levels of personality traits don't exist, but are rather personality traits fluctuate from wearing different pieces.

Links to images: https://youtu.be/NVVlgv4O7wM

Vinnie Tharnish Address: Centennial Court E - KSU, New Front/Centennial Desk, 225 Midway Drive Kent, Ohio 44243 Cell: 724 - 584 - 9190 Email: dtharnis@kent.edu

Piece 1: The Limerent Medium: Satin, tool, organza, nylon, LED lights, & vinyl Dimensions: varies per model Date: 12 - 27 - 2015

Piece 2: The Siren Medium: Satin, electrical tape, tool, faux leather, vinyl, fake diamonds, & vinyl Dimensions: varies per model Date: 1 - 3 - 2015

Link to images: https://youtu.be/NVVlgv4O7wM

Modified Abstract

This collaborative project between fashion and performance examines where the line between clothing and costume blurs. A number of methods are used, including the manipulation of common silhouettes, use of unconventional materials, and the blending of basic apparel and costume construction. The end results reveal a positive influence on the actors personality; actors tend to be more openminded and confident while embodying a specific character that is shown by their personality. Concluding this experiment, it was certain that set levels of personality traits don't exist, but are rather personality traits fluctuate from wearing different pieces.

Research Category

Art/Fashion

Primary Author's Major

Theatre Studies

Mentor #1 Information

Eric van Baars

Presentation Format

Poster

Start Date

March 2016

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The Siren

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The Siren

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The Limerent

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The Limerent

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The Limerent

Research Area

Fashion Design

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Persona Applique'

Persona Appliqué

This collaborative project between fashion and performance examines where the line between clothing and costume blurs. A number of methods are used, including the manipulation of common silhouettes, use of unconventional materials, and the blending of basic apparel and costume construction. The end results reveal a positive influence on the actors personality; actors tend to be more open minded and confident while embodying a specific character that is shown by their personality. Concluding this experiment, it was certain that set levels of personality traits don't exist, but are rather personality traits fluctuate from wearing different pieces.

Links to images: https://youtu.be/NVVlgv4O7wM

Vinnie Tharnish Address: Centennial Court E - KSU, New Front/Centennial Desk, 225 Midway Drive Kent, Ohio 44243 Cell: 724 - 584 - 9190 Email: dtharnis@kent.edu

Piece 1: The Limerent Medium: Satin, tool, organza, nylon, LED lights, & vinyl Dimensions: varies per model Date: 12 - 27 - 2015

Piece 2: The Siren Medium: Satin, electrical tape, tool, faux leather, vinyl, fake diamonds, & vinyl Dimensions: varies per model Date: 1 - 3 - 2015

Link to images: https://youtu.be/NVVlgv4O7wM