Lines are a fundamental part of visual perception. This work explores how to conceptually work with lines as guildelines when constructing garments. The aim is to investigate the dynamics of straight lines through experimental construction of dress.
This dissertation is conducted through experimental artistic research. The main applied method is constructing from striving line compositions to three-dimensional shape. Other line properties, such as angle, width or length became influential variables in creating form and dynamic in combination with the choice of colour and fabric. Line compositions can provide strong dynamics given it’s put in relation to body and movement.