Explorationsprojekt der HfK – Vortrag Julia Eberhardt

Explorationsprojekt der HfK – Vortrag Julia Eberhardt

Vortragsreihe / 21.11.2022

Ein Vortrag der Reihe "Das Explorationsprojekt der HfK: Von analogen Prinzipien zu hybriden Praktiken – Mode analog und digital"

Inter/Sections – creating and investigating sartorial culture

As designers, can we benefit from dress historical observations? As historians of material culture and fashion theorists, can we benefit from design- and craftsmanship expertise? This talk aims to introduce the fruitful multidisciplinary approach of looking scientifically at aspects of sartorial culture and, simultaneously, being a creator of its objects. Understanding the human body, mastering textile materiality, and extending ideas through garments leads us to the core of cultural progression – then and now.

Julia Catrin Eberhardt is a fashion designer trained at HfK Bremen and a dress- and art historian based in London and Jena. She worked as a collection developer for the British brand Vivienne Westwood and is a visiting tutor for fashion design and fashion theory at the Arts University Bournemouth (UK). She graduated from Birkbeck College, University of London as an art historian specializing in material and sartorial culture of the Early Modern Period. She is currently working on her PhD at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, investigating the material and visual culture of the 16th and 17th century in Thuringia

21.11.2022, 18 Uhr
Nebenflut, Raum 1.07.040, Am Speicher XI 8, 28217 Bremen

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Explorationsprojekt der HfK – Vortrag Julia Eberhardt

Auditorium, Am Speicher XI 8, 28217 Bremen

21. November 2022, 18:00