WIAW/WIAM Long sleeve t-shirt

$55.00

SKU: WIAWWIAM Category:

Description

“I like to treat video art like painting, sculpture, or collage through the use of video projection within installations, highlighting the medium’s materiality or object-ness.”—Emily Tanner McLean

Artwork by Seattle-based artist Emily Tanner McLean
Inspired by her 2021 piece woman is a word, side-B

Printed in Portland by Studio AYC on 6.5 oz 100% cotton tees made in the USA

This textile is beefy, durable, and absorbent, free from any torquing issues, and is virtually shrink free as a result of garment dyeing. Reactive dyes ensure minimal fading and maximum color fastness. After dyeing, the garment is treated with a natural enzyme wash, resulting in a broken-in feel, just like a Hanes or Fruit of the Loom cotton T-shirt purchased in the 1990s.

Cotton is sourced from an American farm and yarn is spun in the Carolinas.This product is 100% Made in USA and NAFTA compliant.

Sizes run a bit big, check out Los Angeles Apparel’s size guide for measurements.

Los Angeles Apparel experienced sewers earn up to $25 an hour and no less than $16; additionally workers have healthcare benefits for less than $15 per week, a 401k plan, paid sick days, subsidized bus passes and favorable overtime benefits.

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Additional information

Weight 0.37 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 12 × 1 in
Size

large, medium, small, x-large

Author: Amelia Rina

Amelia Rina is a critic, writer, and editor based in Portland, Oregon, the unceeded territories of the Clackamas and Cowlitz nations. She is the Founder and Editor of Variable West.