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Melissa Joyce Lockwood – IQTEST-Garments Made from Salvaged Fabrics.


Melissa Lockwood is an interdisciplinary artist working using conceptual art as her medium.  Melissa has an MFA in Performance Art from the University of Iowa.  Currently she has a line of art garments made from salvaged fabrics.   Her garment series is a conceptual art piece making social commentary. The work raises awareness about environmental waste in the garment industry. Her artwork is primarily focused on environmental and human rights issues





Melissa Lockwood, IQTEST  &  Musician: Yinka Oyewole, Sabatta

IQTEST is a Conceptual Art Project raising awareness about environmental issues in the Garment Industry.  IQTEST is creating garments with off cut factory waste fabrics, showing off cut fabric is a valuable resource rather than landfill waste..



“Inside a Garment Cutting Factory”

In collaboration designer: Melissa Lockwood & Musician Yinka Oyewole

Show through Video and Song what goes on inside the Garment Cutting factory.

The Video shows what ends up as a garment and what is tossed into the cutoff bins.



Yinka Oyewole is a musician of Nigerian heritage from London, UK who also performs under the moniker SABATTA. His music is a reflection of his diverse background incorporating rock, funk, soul, hip-hop, afrobeat and hi-life.  Yinka has a history of collaboration with artist and designers. The new self-titled SABATTA album was released in September 2011. Yinka has been performing in New York city this fall with the band including the CMJ music marathon in New York.

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