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Sensorial Study on Clothing and Bodies

  • Red Gallery 1-3 Rivington Street London, England, EC2A 3DT United Kingdom (map)
  • Host: Renata Minoldo
  • Venue: Red gallery, 1-3 Rivington St, London EC2A 3DT
  • Date: Sunday 11 June 2017
  • Time: 2-6pm

Part of Antiuniversity Now festival

An experimental approach to clothing design ideas and processes and the relationships between our bodies and garments.

The idea behind this workshop is to recognise our bodies and how clothing can relate to them. We will be doing some physical exercises aiming to connect with ourselves and with others. We will also be experimenting with design ideas through different sensorial exercises enjoying the process without caring about a final result but paying attention to the ideas that emerge from that process.

You are welcome to bring different materials to work with, including any fabric, markers, scissors, needles and threads, paints and any other kind of material or element that you think could be used for textile intervention and garment construction. Please wear comfy clothes and bring your yoga mat if you have one.

Please join! This is an inclusive activity and you all are welcome! No previous knowledge required.

Renata Minoldo is an Argentinian based in Hackney, London. She has a BA in Fashion Design and studied Fine Arts at Uni as well as through workshops and crits. Her practice involves visual arts and clothing. She has international working experience as a costume designer including London, New York and Buenos Aires. As a teaching artist she has facilitated art and clothing workshops for adults. She is also member of School of the Damned Class 2018 and is currently exploring alternative learning and teaching methods involving interdisciplinary practices.

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Antiuniversity Now festival 10-16 June 2017See the full programme HERE

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