The Lavender Hinge is a provocative collaborative venture between the artists Lisa Z. Morgan and Eric Magnuson and resides within the blurred boundaries of what is considered art, fashion and life. Their work inhabits a tactile space and dimension which straddles and bridges different, or opposing, genres, approaches and medium. Art and fashion, ideas and craft, living and design, passion and philosophy are found in the reflection of the other. Their creative output ranges from sculptural garments to sewn paintings, sartorial gestures, short non-films, and sound pieces, written fables, effleurage works and fragrant plantings. Each project and body of work joins and mingles at the point and hinging between presumed opposites. The void as object emerges as subject and in doing so, the hole as a signifier expands into the positive as an image, concept and form. The male becomes female and recto verso. Discipline, gender, authorship and meaning are sublimated, merged and the yin and the yang fuse and are married as one.