hair sculptures by tresse agoche
nov 11, 2012
hair sculptures by tresse agoche



‘highness’ by tress agoche
image © delphine diaw diallo

 

 

french hair designer tresse agoche has weaved locks of hair into complex sculptures as part of the ‘highness’ project, a series of works
combining the skills of four women envisioning the 21st century female archetype. the pieces combine the mediums of sculpture,
design and photography to create striking visual imagery pushing the boundaries of human adornment.

 

the collective says of the work;

 

it is a vision of a new era which gives birth to an evolved future where the audience experiences the gift that is woman. 
in this, we create a capsule of work that becomes timeless and unbound, a vision for future observers to witness.
indefinite and inevitable, this future will exist…

 

 


the pieces combine the mediums of sculpture, design and photography
image © delphine diaw diallo

 

 


the work envisionins the 21st century female archetype
image © delphine diaw diallo

 

 


the striking visual imagery pushes the boundaries of human adornment
image © delphine diaw diallo

 

 


image © delphine diaw diallo

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