By disassembling and rebuilding manufactured garments,
Tenant of Culture examines where ideological, political, or cultural perspectives materialise in the various stages of the production and marketing of apparel. Using deconstruction as a method to gain insight into industrial processes, Tenant of Culture seeks materials sourced from various stages of the garment production cycle that relate to recent trends in fashion and their socio-political histories. These works examine the strategic codification of visual languages and
techniques in luxury commodity production that obscure or expose dynamics of power, domination and assertion of class via a constant re-/de-valuation of goods.