Clothing & Design


11.10.18 /WEIHER
12.10.18 /MAGDEBURG
13.10.18 /OBERHAUSEN
14.10.18 /BERLIN
15.10.18  /DRESDEN
16.10.18  /ERFURT
17.10.18 /WIEN
18.10.18  /INNSBRUCK
19.10.18 /STUTTGART
20.10.18 /OLTEN

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KULTCHEN, one of a kind designs for those who dare! This talented designer from Germany, crafting one of a kind clothing will be presenting an exclusive collection for the occasion of her hand made pieces during the REFLECTIVE DIMENSIONS tour. Everything made from scratch, every piece entirely unique. The entire collecting will be available throughout the whole tour. As long as it lasts.





What does it mean to you to create your art?


Creating is my personal freedom.



What would happen if one would prevent you from doing art?


This probably won't happen. There's always a way to do art.



Where are you drawing inspiration from?


Apart from nature, music and physical materials it's basically being human itself, in all it's beautiful and ugly shades and shapes.



Are there some certain principles or guidelines you apply when creating a new piece? Not only with regards to your art itself but also to the environment you create in, your surroundings, the atmosphere?


I don't necessarily have any guidelines, I just prefer to work on my own without any interruptions. My workplace does not have any impact on my work.



What do you feel when you create?


Creating is some kind of meditation. I feel calm, concentrated and complete.



Why are you doing what you are doing? What is the purpose behind? Is there a grand philosophy behind your art?


I want to encourage people to take a closer look into themselves, to reflect and to bring it to the outside. My work is not about making some cheap fashion, but to create an honest embodiment of the customer's personality. Every emotion, desire and fear becomes a part of my working process and the product itself. Another goal of mine is to bring back a personal relationship between the customer and the product, as well as the product and the creator.



What drives you creating?


I’d describe creating as a natural instinct. It's nothing you can turn off or on and it's also nothing I'm in control of.