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During the workshop, which will consist of a practical as well as a theoretical part, questions will be posed concerning the definition of fashion, its future developments and our intimate relationship with everyday objects.
Under the leaders’ supervision, the participants will look at different uses and connotations of folding, draping and gathering garments. The eponymous fold will become our starting point and pretext for exploring the symbolic and material aspects of fashion by carrying out micro research projects.
The workshop will provide the participants with knowledge about a critical approach to fashion in its social and political contexts, and about formulating research projects within its scope by combining questions concerning the form and theory.
The workshop is intended to implement a theoretical and critical approach to fashion, to reflect on its most crucial problems, such as production and the materials used, and also to oppose the naïve discourse that it usually functions in.
Workshop leaders: Ruby Hoette and Beata Wilczek
Maximum number of participants: 10, register now: email@example.com (deadline: 12.02.15). The workshop will be conducted in English. It is intended especially for students of fashion, design and culture studies
Ruby Hoette works independently as a designer, curator and researcher exploring fashion in context. Her projects investigate the construction of value and meaning in fashion. She perceives the garment as a unique artefact carrying traces of social and cultural interactions and transactions. Hoette is a lecturer in Design and convenor of the MA Fashion at Goldsmiths, University of London. She graduated from Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and Parsons in New York. http://rubyhoette.com/
Beata Wilczek is an artist and curator. She also works as a researcher interested in fashion and culture, a lecturer in Fashion Theory and organiser of exhibitions. Among the institutions that she has cooperated with are École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Wrocław Contemporary Museum, Arts Territory in London and BWA Wrocław. She has published texts in New York Times and Vice, among others. She is the founder of Czarny Neseser gallery. She graduated in Culture, Curation and Criticism from Central Saint Martins in London, and in Social Psychology from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Wrocław, where she currently teaches Psychology and Fashion Theory
The workshop will accompany Beata Wilczek’s exhibition Fold, which she prepared in cooperation with Ruby Hoette, Anna Gloria Flores, Holly Childs, Juice, Łukasz Wierzbowski and Marlene Huissoud. Venue: Sky Tower, first floor
The exhibition is part of the visual arts programme of Wrocław 2016 European Capital of Culture