Unravelling the Event Scarf
The 136x136cm, silk-satin, Hermes scarf incorporates the elements of an architectural score, through which the event and almost all its stages are explained. The score itself becomes a luxury object, sensual and opulent it reflects one of the projects most potent elements, that is the superficiality sugar-coating the world of these women.
Diagonal axis feature archetypical spaces designed for each of the event's stages, while these correlate with the proliferated objects lined up layer after layer, designated to each space. The Cross axis feature timelines, while the scarf's border the corresponding locations in the building plans and throughout the city maps.
As the patterns repeat over four seasons around the scarf, since the event itself is seasonal, one can trace the story of a guest (winter), hostess (spring), a hostess who also is part of the staff (summer) and a member of staff (autumn). The spaces they use as well as the objects they interact with are also highlighted.