Now that we have all that stuffy, elitist sounding art business out of the way, take a look at this:
Finnish artist Karina Kaikkonen uses clothing to create site-specific sculptures. I've never seen anything like this before and when I saw her work on The Jealous Curator I had to really stop and look at her work. There is something kind of creepy about looking at rows and rows of hanging jackets. I think that we associate clothes so much with the human body that sometimes seeing a jacket or a shirt can make you immediately think of a person, but seeing them repeated in odd settings jars your perspective and makes you question, why are they here? I love it. What do you think?