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13 March, 7.30 – 9pm
What role will clothes play within future cityscapes? This salon brings together designers and artist who will talk fashion in an age of pervasive surveillance. We will discuss strategies to safeguard future urban identities and uncover sartorial responses that tread the fine line between protection and exposure. How will advances in technology impact representations of identity and how can designers make a contribution beyond mere aesthetics?
Opening with a provocation by Gaika, the evening continues with a panel of experts in the field and closes with a performative and interactive Mixed Reality experience by Peut-Porter exploring the impact of enhanced vision systems on design and camouflage.
Discussion chaired by Susan Postlethwaite, Senior Lecturer MA Fashion RCA
Please book your ticket here
Entry includes a drink
This salon is curated by Fashion Space Gallery, London College of Fashion UAL.
Film and photography will be taking place during the event.
Museum of London
150 London Wall, London