FASHION CURATION '13

MULTI-MEDIA INSTALLATION 

2014: Digital Encounters Exhibition, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury

2013: London College of Fashion MA '13 Graduation Exhibition


The concept and research of White Line Projects was selected for representation at the London College of Fashion MA ’13 Show at Victoria House, London, in February 2013. The installation was exhibited once more in 2014 at the Moving Textiles: Digital Encounters exhibition, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury. 

Focusing on the archive of menswear collector, Fraser Laing of General Eyewear (formerly Arckiv), the installation showcased three ways of displaying historic dress: Fashion Film, 3D scanning technologies and an Interactive Online Component.

The resulting installation included two films and a website, which were produced and designed by the three curators. The culmination was an immersive experience, which pointed towards the future potential of multi-media within the field of fashion curation.

This process of working with innovative technology was also presented as a case study at the Digital Fashion 2013 Conference in May 2013. 





Photography for Website: Daniel Caulfield-Sriklad

Website: Fiona Mckay

3D Scan Film: Xenia Capacete Caballero with Digital Anthropology Lab

 

Immerse film:

Director: Daniel Caulfield Sriklad. 

Producer & Editor: Christopher Cunniff

Model: Carlo Valentini

Music: Greg Haines '183 Times'

Garments: Fraser Laing, Arckiv