Modern Muse has long admired the work of illustrator Frida Wannerberger. The work of Frida Wannerberger explores the relationship between dress and objectification, creating images with a subtle narrative. Comments on current affairs and their link to our historical past often come through in her work, together with highly personal observations and reflections. In her work Frida expresses thoughts on contextualization and often isolates her subjects from their context, giving the viewer the freedom to form their own associations. In three dimensional work she imposes her subject onto environments, exploring the dynamics between the two.
Trained at Central Saint Martins, Frida graduated 2013 with a BA in Graphic Design and Illustration. After graduating she did a residency at Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio to which she regularly contributes along with the Fashion Gallery. In addition to her artistic practice and through her interest for dress history she has taught workshops at the V&A and participated in panel talks at the Courtauld Institute of Art.
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