Postcard for FIT IN Instalation

Postcard for FIT IN Instalation

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 Hilma Krla Fit In wall installation.jpg

Hilma Krla Fit In wall installation.jpg

 Hilma Krla the big yellow Fit In shoes.jpg

Hilma Krla the big yellow Fit In shoes.jpg

colection.jpg

colection.jpg

 Hilma Krla white Fit In shoes.jpg

Hilma Krla white Fit In shoes.jpg

Hilma Krla -Redshoes.jpg

Hilma Krla -Redshoes.jpg

Redshoes by Hilma.jpg

Redshoes by Hilma.jpg

Hilma Krla -Yshoes.jpg

Hilma Krla -Yshoes.jpg

Hilma Krla Yellow touch Brown Fit In pair.jpg

Hilma Krla Yellow touch Brown Fit In pair.jpg

 Hilma Krla Honey Fit In pair .jpg

Hilma Krla Honey Fit In pair .jpg

 Hilma Krla  metallic dark green Fit In pair .jpg

Hilma Krla metallic dark green Fit In pair .jpg

 Hilma Krla silver red Fit In pair .jpg

Hilma Krla silver red Fit In pair .jpg

 Hilma Krla silver gray Fit In pair  copy.jpg

Hilma Krla silver gray Fit In pair copy.jpg

 Hilma Krla  Green Fit In pair .jpg

Hilma Krla Green Fit In pair .jpg

"Fit In" is an installation made of clay shoes designed.

 

This idea came to mind when I was cleaning my closet and found myself surrounded with shoes that I can no longer wear but don't have the courage to give up. When I was a kid I only had one pair of shoes, and I remember a moment during my childhood when I had to choose between buying a bus pass or purchasing something to eat. I was hungry so I chose food. As I was only 12 years old I did not have a clue of the implications of my decision, and it was a hard lesson learnt when I had to walk nearly 8 miles across busy roads to get to my grandparents' house!  When I got there I had holes in the soles of my shoes and blisters on my feet, however as they were my only pair I had to make do, and I had to look after them and repair them. That is why they have such meaning for me today, and I cherish not only their beauty but their function.  With this project I am using shoes as my inspiration. People use a wide variety of symbols in order to identify themselves. I think that is because symbols function as a deeper, sub-consciousness, more profound and direct sign than that of written or verbal words. It also acts as an invisible thread binding together place, occasion and respect. For me, shoes are a combination of all of those things. Shoes have always played a role in history and culture, representing authority and power, humility and servitude, poverty and wealth.