Bárbara Sánchez-Kane disrupts the norms of dressing. Here are shoes one cannot walk in, a suit one cannot work in, belts woven into voluminous form – what Luis Felipe Fabre describes as ‘mutant clothes as an act of resistance against evolutionary biology: a wardrobe for misfits.’ Part of a collection entitled New Lexicons for Embodiment, Sánchez-Kane creates ‘clothes for a less efficient life’, challenging the boundaries of the body and the performance of the self.