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Textiles again.
I am aware that it isn't the most perfectly worded survey, but it will do for now. I have to produce a garment that's based on an artistic movement or artist's work, so I'm trying to find out what people like. Also, if you can think of another question I could ask, please suggest it.
Please put a cross in one option from each question. Thanks.

1.   Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

a)      [   ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

b)      [   ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

c)      [   ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

d)      [   ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.

 

2.   Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

a)      [   ] Pop Art

b)      [   ] Surrealism

c)      [   ] Cubism

d)      [   ] Art Deco

e)      [   ] Art Nouveau

f)       [   ] Gothic

g)      [   ] Impressionism

 

3.   Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

a)      [   ] Coat/jacket

b)      [   ] Corset

c)      [   ] Dress

d)      [   ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)

 

4.    Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

a)      [   ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

b)      [   ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

c)      [   ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

d)      [   ] One layer of heavy fabric.

e)      [   ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

f)       [   ] Heavily decorated fabric.

g)      [   ] Lightly decorated fabric.

 

5.    Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

a)      [   ] Soft pastel tones

b)      [   ] Muted

c)      [   ] Bright, clear colours

d)      [   ] Fluorescent colours

e)      [   ] Dark colours

6.     In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

a)      [   ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

b)      [   ] Subtle decoration.

c)      [   ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

d)      [   ] Abstract or random decoration.

e)      [   ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)

 

7.  Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

a)      [   ] Natural fibres

b)      [   ] Man-made fibres

c)      [   ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

d)      [   ]No preference

 

8.   If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

a)      [   ] Yes

b)      [   ] No

c)      [   ]It would depend on: (please state) _______________________________________________

 

9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

a)      [   ] Nothing

b)      [   ] Under £20

c)      [   ] From £20 to £50

d)      [   ] From £50 to £100

e)      [   ] From £100 to £150

f)       [   ] From £150 to £200

g)      [   ] More than £200


  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ X ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ ] Art Deco

    e) [ X ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ X ] Corset

    c) [ ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ X ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ X ] Muted

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ X ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ X ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ ]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ X ]It would depend on: (please state) _what the garment was_



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ ] Under £20

    c) [ ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ X ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200

    difficult to answer some of the questions when it's *the garment* rather than a specific item. But I know that's what you have to do- cos we know you don't know until the survey is completed what that garment will be... even though you have decided
    • The point is that I'm not supposed to show any sign of having decided what I'm going to make before I've done all the research etc. Which, I agree, makes it hard to do a survey.
      Thanks, anyway.
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?
    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.
    b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.
    c) [ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).
    d) [ x ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.

    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?
    a) [ ] Pop Art
    b) [ ] Surrealism
    c) [ ] Cubism
    d) [ ] Art Deco
    e) [ x ] Art Nouveau
    f) [ ] Gothic
    g) [ ] Impressionism

    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?
    a) [ ] Coat/jacket
    b) [ ] Corset
    c) [ x ] Dress
    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)

    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?
    a) [ x ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.
    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.
    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.
    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.
    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.
    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.
    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.

    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?
    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones
    b) [ ] Muted
    c) [ x ] Bright, clear colours
    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours
    e) [ ] Dark colours
    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?
    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.
    b) [ ] Subtle decoration.
    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.
    d) [ x ] Abstract or random decoration.
    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)

    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?
    a) [ ] Natural fibres
    b) [ ] Man-made fibres
    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres
    d) [ x ]No preference

    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?
    a) [ ] Yes
    b) [ ] No
    c) [ x ]It would depend on: (please state) _Price_Quality_Durability_& appropriateness_of the_design_on that _material_

    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?
    a) [ ] Nothing
    b) [ ] Under £20
    c) [ x ] From £20 to £50
    d) [ ] From £50 to £100
    e) [ ] From £100 to £150
    f) [ ] From £150 to £200
    g) [ ] More than £200
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?
    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.
    b) [ X ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.
    c) [ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).
    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.

    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?
    a) [ ] Pop Art
    b) [ ] Surrealism
    c) [ ] Cubism
    d) [ X ] Art Deco
    e) [ ] Art Nouveau
    f) [ ] Gothic
    g) [ ] Impressionism

    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?
    a) [ ] Coat/jacket
    b) [ X ] Corset
    c) [ ] Dress
    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)

    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?
    a) [ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.
    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.
    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.
    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.
    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.
    f) [ X ] Heavily decorated fabric.
    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.

    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?
    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones
    b) [ ] Muted
    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours
    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours
    e) [ X ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?
    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.
    b) [ ] Subtle decoration.
    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.
    d) [ X ] Abstract or random decoration.
    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)

    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?
    a) [ ] Natural fibres
    b) [ ] Man-made fibres
    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres
    d) [ X ]No preference

    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?
    a) [ ] Yes
    b) [ X ] No
    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) _______________________________________________

    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?
    a) [ X ] Nothing
    b) [ ] Under £20
    c) [ ] From £20 to £50
    d) [ ] From £50 to £100
    e) [ ] From £100 to £150
    f) [ ] From £150 to £200
    g) [ ] More than £200
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ x ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ x ] Art Deco

    e) [ ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ ] Corset

    c) [ x ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ x ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ x ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ ] Muted

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ ] Dark colours


    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ x ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ x ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ ]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ x ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) _______________________________________________



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ ] Under £20

    c) [ x ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200

  • b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    f) [ ] Gothic

    c) [ ] Dress

    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    b) [ ] Subtle decoration.

    a) [ ] Natural fibres

    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) price, size, style colour, wearability .

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150 but would seriously depend on the garment... I don't doo 150quid hats!

    Teddy
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?
    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.
    b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.
    c) [ x ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).
    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.

    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?
    a) [ ] Pop Art
    b) [ ] Surrealism
    c) [ ] Cubism
    d) [ ] Art Deco
    e) [ ] Art Nouveau
    f) [ X] Gothic
    g) [ ] Impressionism

    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?
    a) [ ] Coat/jacket
    b) [ ] Corset
    c) [ X ] Dress
    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)

    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?
    a) [ X] Many layers of lightweight fabric.
    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.
    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.
    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.
    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.
    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.
    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.

    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?
    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones
    b) [ ] Muted
    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours
    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours
    e) [ X ] Dark colours
    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?
    a) [ X ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.
    b) [ ] Subtle decoration.
    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.
    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.
    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)

    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?
    a) [ ] Natural fibres
    b) [ ] Man-made fibres
    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres
    d) [ X ]No preference

    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?
    a) [ X ] Yes
    b) [ ] No
    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) _______________________________________________

    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?
    a) [ ] Nothing
    b) [ ] Under £20
    c) [ X ] From £20 to £50
    d) [ ] From £50 to £100
    e) [ ] From £100 to £150
    f) [ ] From £150 to £200
    g) [ ] More than £200
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    d) [ x ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    g) [ x ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    b) [ x ] Corset


    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ x ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    e) [ x ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    b) [ x ] Subtle decoration.

    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    d) [ x ]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    c) [ x ]It would depend on: (please state) whether I thought I would ever wear it and how practical it would be to


    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    d) [ x ] From £50 to £100
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a)[ x ] On a dress form under artificial lights.
    b)[ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.
    c)[ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).
    d)[ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.

    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a)[ x ] Pop Art
    b)[ ] Surrealism
    c)[ ] Cubism
    d)[ ] Art Deco
    e)[ ] Art Nouveau
    f)[ ] Gothic
    g)[ ] Impressionism

    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a)[ ] Coat/jacket
    b)[ ] Corset
    c)[ x ] Dress
    d)[ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)

    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a)[ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.
    b)[ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.
    c)[ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.
    d)[ ] One layer of heavy fabric.
    e)[ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.
    f)[ x ] Heavily decorated fabric.
    g)[ ] Lightly decorated fabric.

    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a)[ ] Soft pastel tones
    b)[ ] Muted
    c)[ x ] Bright, clear colours
    d)[ ] Fluorescent colours
    e)[ ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a)[ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.
    b)[ ] Subtle decoration.
    c)[ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.
    d)[ x ] Abstract or random decoration.
    e)[ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)

    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a)[ ] Natural fibres
    b)[ ] Man-made fibres
    c)[ x ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres
    d) [ ]No preference

    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a)[ ] Yes
    b)[ ] No
    c)[ x ]It would depend on: It would depend on the style and cut of the garment.



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a)[ ] Nothing
    b)[ ] Under £20
    c)[ x ] From £20 to £50
    d)[ ] From £50 to £100
    e)[ ] From £100 to £150
    f)[ ] From £150 to £200
    g)[ ] More than £200
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ x ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ x ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ ] Art Deco

    e) [ ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ ] Corset

    c) [ x ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ x ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ ] Muted

    c) [ x ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ x ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ x ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ ] No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ x ] It would depend on: (please state)
    It would have to be very special and designed for use at special occasions



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ ] Under £20

    c) [ ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ x ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200

  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    c) [ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).
    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.


    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    b) [ ] Surrealism


    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    b) [ ] Corset


    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    b) [ ] Muted


    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.


    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    d) [ ]No preference

    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) Whether I liked the item and thought I might wear it

    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    Would depend entirely on how much I liked it - potentially more than £200, but it would have to be really special





  • (Anonymous)
    1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?


    d) [ + ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    b) [ + ] Surrealism

    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    d) [ + ] Other (please state:
    difficult one, how about a cloak?)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    e) [ + ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    but perhaps lighlty decorated.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ + ] Soft pastel tones


    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    b) [ + ] Subtle decoration.

    d) [ + ] Abstract or random decoration.

    sorry couldn't choose between them.

    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    d) [ + ]No preference


    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ + ]It would depend on: (please state)
    if I liked it, and would it fit. The price is also a major consideration. But then I'm a cheapskate that rarely buys clothes.


    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    b) [ + ] Under £20

    but it really does depend on what it is.


    Rich (elfin)

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  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ X ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.


    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ ] Art Deco

    e) [ X ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism


    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ ] Corset

    c) [ X ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ___________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [ X ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.


    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ ] Muted

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ X ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ X ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ X ]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ X ]It would depend on: (please state) What it was and, most importantly, if it's the right size (this is the reason I don't buy DW souvenir shirts *g*)



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ ] Under £20

    c) [ X ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200

    Really depends on what it is though.

    This was a very difficult survey. If left to myself, I'd have answered "it depends" a lot, but I guess that wouldn't have been very helpful. :-)
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ x ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ x ] Art Deco

    e) [ ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ x ] Corset

    c) [ ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ x ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [ ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ x ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ ] Muted

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ x ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ x]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ x ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) _______________________________________________



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ ] Under £20

    c) [ x ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200


  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ X ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ ] Art Deco

    e) [ ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ X ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ ] Corset

    c) [ X ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [ X ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ ] Muted

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ X ] Dark colours

    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ X ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ X ]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ X ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ ]It would depend on: (please state) _______________________________________________



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ ] Under £20

    c) [ ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ X ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200

    • though, on reflection, for wear outside, I'd probably prefer a coat. Not that I have anything against dresses, but they're not something I'd wear offstage.
  • 1. Which, of the following, do you think would be most interesting way for a piece of wearable art to be displayed?

    a) [ ] On a dress form under artificial lights.

    b) [ X ] Worn by a model who walks around the gallery.

    c) [ ] Worn as a costume in a performance (i.e. a dance or piece of drama that is designed to show the garment).

    d) [ ] On a dress form, accompanied by photographs of the construction and a written explanation of how the garment was created.



    2. Which of these artistic styles do you find most interesting, visually?

    a) [ ] Pop Art

    b) [ ] Surrealism

    c) [ ] Cubism

    d) [ X ] Art Deco

    e) [ ] Art Nouveau

    f) [ ] Gothic

    g) [ ] Impressionism



    3. Which of these garments do you feel is most suitable for a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ X ] Coat/jacket

    b) [ ] Corset

    c) [ ] Dress

    d) [ ] Other (please state: ____________________________________________)



    4. Which of these do you think would give the most pleasing effect as a piece of wearable art?

    a) [ ] Many layers of lightweight fabric.

    b) [ ] Many layers of heavy fabric.

    c) [ ] One layer of lightweight fabric.

    d) [ ] One layer of heavy fabric.

    e) [X ] A mixture of lightweight and heavy fabrics.

    f) [ ] Heavily decorated fabric.

    g) [ ] Lightly decorated fabric.



    5. Which of these colour groups do you find you tend towards?

    a) [ ] Soft pastel tones

    b) [ ] Muted

    c) [ ] Bright, clear colours

    d) [ ] Fluorescent colours

    e) [ X ] Dark colours


    6. In terms of decoration, which of these effects do you find the most visually pleasing?

    a) [ ] Large, bold, obvious decoration.

    b) [ X ] Subtle decoration.

    c) [ ] Decoration that depicts a scene or picture.

    d) [ ] Abstract or random decoration.

    e) [ ] Other (please state:_____________________________________________)



    7. Which of the following do you think a garment displayed in an art gallery should be made with?

    a) [ ] Natural fibres

    b) [ ] Man-made fibres

    c) [ ] A mixture of natural and man-made fibres

    d) [ X ]No preference



    8. If a garment inspired by the one on display in the gallery was to be sold as a mass-produced item in the gallery’s shop, would you be prepared to buy it?

    a) [ ] Yes

    b) [ ] No

    c) [ X ]It would depend on: (please state) ____The price, current budget is small_________________________________________



    9. How much would you be prepared to pay for it?

    a) [ ] Nothing

    b) [ X ] Under £20

    c) [ ] From £20 to £50

    d) [ ] From £50 to £100

    e) [ ] From £100 to £150

    f) [ ] From £150 to £200

    g) [ ] More than £200






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