A Seminar: Disrupting Fashion Modes: Future Goals, Strategies and Practice
A seminar focusing on disruptive modes of creating clothing that contest the wasteful, socially unjust practices of the mainstream fashion industry. Speakers include Zoe Romano from Milan, Italy; Cecilia Palmer from Berlin and Anja-Lisa Hirscher from Ulm, Germany; Francesco Mazzarella from Loughborough, UK.
16th December 2016, 14.00-17.00hrs, BITZ, unibz fablab, via Rosmini 7/9, Bolzano
14.00 Introduction and opening talk. Alastair Fuad-Luke, Unibz, Bolzano. Download presentation as PDF: alastairfuad-luke_bitz_161216
14.15 “Making differently…together: New value creation with connected production”. Anja-Lisa Hirscher, Mode Uncut, Ulm. Download presentation as PDF: anjahirscher_bitz_161216
14.35 “Circularity in fashion”. Cecilia Palmer, Fashion & Code. Download presentation as PDF: ceciliapalmer_bitz_161216
14.55 Francesco Mazzarella, University of Loughborough. “How can the service designer activate meaningful routes towards sustainable futures?”
15.15 “Fashioning platforms: How digital fabrication is changing the idea of production”. Zoe Romano, co-founder WeMake Makerspace Milan. Download presentation as PDF: zoeromano_bitz_161216
15.35 Panel discussion
15.50 Refreshment break
16.00 Co-creation exercises with speakers and the audience.
Part I Affinity/cluster analysis of post-its generated by the audience from the speakers’ talks.
Part II World cafe.
16.50 Summing up. Moderators from the World Cafe tables reflect on co-created outcomes.
17.00 Workshop ends.