GREEN PASSLUDMILLA RADCHENKO
140x140, modal 20%, silk 40%, cashemere 40%
The Idea “Art to wear” is a fashion declination of Ludmilla's art was born with the first idea of scarves, by transforming art in something accessbile and versatile.
Innovative “multiples” of art are the result of the passion of art and fashion, where the subject of the painting come to life on fine fabrics scarves, to everyone his own piece of' wearable art!
Furthermore, the news of an unexpected war between Russia and Ukraine contributes to making the effort ever more pressing.
Work created by six hands, those of the artist and his two children, Eva and Nikita (10 and 5 years old), conveys the need for the concept of union of a family and consequently of union between peoples.
The theme of personal freedom is evoked by a marijuana leaf, a symbol of independence par excellence, and by the giant written 'Green pass', a daily 'password' that gets a second meaning with a large X that deletes the two letters final, transforming the word into PAX from the Latin PACE. Another provocation by Radchenko is the adjective VEGETARIAN which she places right below the most carnivorous and aggressive animal known.