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Wearable art objects based on aesthetics and strategies of compulsive hoarding

ФИО студента: Anastasiya Poroshina

Руководитель: Alexandra Kuznetsova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Программа: Design (Bachelor)

Оценка: 8

Год защиты: 2021

Syllogomania, or compulsive hoarding, is a behavioral pattern described by inability to part with personal belongings especially with those with no practical value, it causes cluttered living spaces in which it is hard to move around. Many people experience this disorder to varying degrees, it may not let them throw out a ticket after going to the movies with friends, or forcing them to have a bag of bags at home. The desire to preserve the memory of a person or event can quickly develop into a blind goal only to possess something, sacrificing your comfort for this. Usually, these things will never come in handy and will be lying around in a heap of rubbish, filling the space. Therefore, my goal was to find an application for this garbage, to consider how the problem of materialism can be revealed in the works of artists and designers who endow useless things with meaning.

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