vestiary


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vestiary

A room for the keeping of vestments, garments, or clothes; a wardrobe.
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The speaker is not the integral whole that she seems, the unity of a vestiary surface that represents the self-possessed, self-same male, like Viola's twin brother, Sebastian.
840 belonging to a certain Theodosius, patrikos, imperial protospatharius and chartularius of the public vestiary, chief of the Byzantine emperor's personal security.
Having taken the utopian promise of international Constructivism at its word, artists like Oiticica and Clark pushed through to what Paulo Herkenhoff describes as a politicized rediscovery of the subjective and corporeal in their vestiary and environmental works.