Fairy Woodland Dress

Fairy Woodland Dress


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J. Morgan Puett is a transdisciplinary cultural producer with accomplished work in the areas Fine art, design and architecture, and education. Puett intervened in the fashion system in the eighties and nineties creating a series of storefront installations and an international label, also since then has produced art installations in museums around-the-world about the histories of needle trade systems and women’s work. The Mildred’s Lane Project, her home in Pennsylvania, currently is most ground-breaking in Social Engagement practices.  She is the recipient of The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Award (2016), The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award (2016), The United States Artists Simon Fellow Award (2011), The Anonymous Was A Woman Award (2005.)

“I have not made clothes outside of my research-based art practice for twenty years. For A Guide to the Field, I will be bringing some of the textile work that emerged from museum projects For each topic in the gallery. The current topic, Encampment, I was channeling my 10-year-old, tomboyish self, playing in the swamps of south Georgia. Just had to get some of this out of my system.”

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