Caroline Borucki is an artist and slow fashion clothier who works with reclaimed materials, natural fibers and clay. Inspired by taxonomies of the natural world, she amplifies a connection between humanity and the changing biosphere.
borucki received an MFA in Applied Craft + Design in 2018, through a collaborative program between Oregon College of Art and Craft and the Pacific Northwest College of Art. she built upon her interest in deterioration and waste, by deciphering materiality at the Metro Transfer Site for the low-res Glean Artist Residency .
Her small batch garments are a sustainable and ethical response to relocate value for the earth’s resources, and to acknowledge the human role in producing wearables. A native Chicagoan, she was recognized in print in the Best of the Chicago Reader 2013, as ‘Best New Maker.' in 2009, She was chosen to participate in the Driehaus Design Initiative Awards for Fashion Excellence, upon receiving a bachelor of arts from Dominican University.