Fashion collective threeASFOUR will open an exhibition of their designs and video projections at The Jewish Museum in New York on September 15. Entitled "Mer Ka Ba," the exhibition will combine pieces from the collective's avant-garde Spring/Summer 2014 collection, architectural installations, and video projections, all inspired by the shapes and patterns founds in places of worship around the world.
The designers of threeASFOUR are Gabriel Asfour (Lebanon), Adi Gil (Israel), and Angela Donhauser (Tajikistan). The cultural experiences of each shapes their approach to fashion, and collectively they create unique pieces informed by their vision and philosophies. The exhibition at the Jewish Museum will include garments made with 3D printed textiles in collaboration with architect Bradley Rothenberg, video projections created with 3D animation designer Alex Czetwertynski, and sound compositions by Raz Mesinai.
For more information on the artists, their vision, and the design of the exhibition, visit the Jewish Museum exhibition page.