'Living Sculpture' artist wearable art to London

STORY: Have you ever seen a "living sculpture"?
This wearable art was presented by artist Daniel Lismore in London
Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London
[Daniel Lismore, Artist]
"I'm a living sculpture and today we're at the V&A for fashion in motion."
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The 6ft 4in pieces can take anywhere from two hours to eight months to make
"So imagine your body is a canvas and then you wake up and you look in the mirror and you start sculpting or painting but you do that with all sorts of objects, like from around the world, different things, you add details. Then you become a living sculpture. It's kind of a sequel to Gilbert and George and Marina Abramovic, but I'm not a performance artist or a drag queen, so I just live as art.”

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