Unlearning the Garment from the Body is a process of taking apart existing garments--garments that I have found and collected over the years, and garments that I have made myself--in order to question the relationship between the garment and the body. The garments are cut apart and deconstructed, and then hand sewn back together. But they are not exact or precise reconstructions. This process is not about taking something apart, only to put it back exactly the way you found it. A dress form is used to build these new pieces. It gives an armature to build off of, but it no way determines how the garments are worn. There are openings for limbs, torsos and necks. But they are not documented on a body. Because they are meant to make you question how they interact with and on a body. Are they garments or are they sculpture? Maybe they are both. Maybe they are neither.