Andrea Zittel is most closely associated with the remarkable utopian structures she calls âWagon Stations' which explore what humans need for survival in different ways. Zittel's projects are deeply rooted in her own daily life and delve into architecture, painting, photography, design, textiles, needlework and cooking. For over two decades her experiments have included dressing in the same home-sewn uniform for months on end, exploring restrictions in living spaces by living on an artificial island and living without measured time.
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