Shifting Paradigms: Fashion + Technology

Exhibition: The innovative subject of the exhibition has potential to shape future ideas of fashion and business. The exhibition seeks to address pioneering applications of technology that will have a radical effect on the future of personal expression, image and clothing. The exhibition will be divided into four categories: Generative Technology Design, Democracy of Preference/Subversion of Traditional Production, DIY, Technology and Expression. These four categories will illustrate how designers are creatively addressing technology in a wide variety of forms to express changing 21st-century culture. The applications of technology allow articulation of complex philosophical ideas and context, the perceptions of uses of impending technology, the fostering of a new relationship with craft, and individual means of production that are shaping future conceptions of fashion and clothing.
Curated by: Professors Margarita Benitez and Noël Palomo-Lovinski.
Venue: Broadbent Gallery
Kent State University Museum Ohio
United States
Date: 26 September 2013 to 31 August 2014
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Exhibition Booklet: VIEW