An exhibition of work emerging from the Fashions and Embodiment studio of the MA in Design: Expanded Practice was on display by appointment in the Constance Howard Gallery between 31 May-21 June. Responding to objects from the Goldsmiths Textile Collection, the work presented open conversations between making and unmaking, global and local, ethics and aesthetics, objects and system, bodies and clothes.
# DORCAS TAKES OVER
In collaboration with the V&A Learning Academy
Workshop 1 – Wednesday 19 June 2019 – Digital Studio, Sackler Centre
Workshop 2 – Thursday 20 June 2019 – Seminar Room 2, Sackler Centre
Time: 14.00 – 17.00
The arrival of Caribbean women in postmodern Britain started a new story about how textiles travelled and how this material knowledge, its aesthetic sensibilities, and culture is recorded, preserved and shared.
Join Goldsmiths designer Rose Sinclair, and together discover the textile practices and spaces of Caribbean women. As part of her ongoing research Rose will invite you to explore black British craft, British crafting culture and to question what constitutes black British textiles.
Resilient Alliances is a series of events set up against the dominant narrative of managerial and commodified present. We offer competing stories and collective tools to face up to the traumas to come.
In the second lecture-workshop of the series, Heretic Ecologies, Most Dismal Swamp curator Dane Sutherland and Dr Daniel Rourke will explore the resilience of the ontological category of the “human” vis-a-vis challenges posed by temporal and species hybridity.Read More »
Burning Salt, a musical project led by MA Design and Innovation alumni Hannah Hull, have launched their debut album Automatic Lullaby as a digital-only independent release.
Alongside Hannah, the band also includes Bobby Williams on electric guitar and John Parker on double bass. Drummer Daisy Palmer (Paloma Faith, Goldfrapp, Mesadorm) joins the band on a few of the tracks.