With the changing landscape of design practice and an increasing interest in collaborative and multidisciplinary projects, it is an exciting time to support practitioners who seek to push their own practice, and forward-thinking collaborations between fashion designers, product, graphic and game designers, artists, architects, engineers and scientists through the residency programme.
London-based designers with an existing practice and a background in disciplines such as fashion, textiles, footwear and jewellery, with a strong interest in cross-disciplinary and experimental practice, are invited to apply. The selected resident will work collaboratively – assembling their own team or working with a team that Fashion Space Gallery helps to organise – bringing together the expertise of designers, technologists and scientists to produce visionary and impactful new work.
The next call for applications will open in early 2018
Fashion Space Gallery
Fashion Space Gallery has appointed Charlotte-Maëva Perret as its third Design Resident. Perret’s multi-disciplinary practice explores the invisible languages of resistance, non-hierarchal and subversive ways of making, publishing and consuming, aimed at unveiling the machinery of global mass production.
Find out more about Charlotte’s progress here.
Fashion Space Gallery Design Resident 2016
Fashion Space Gallery’s second Design Resident Adam Peacock is a post-disciplinary designer and artist, blending fashion thinking, critical design, photography, body-centric architecture, graphic illustration and emerging technology into his practice.
Find out more about his progress here.
The 2016 Residency is in collaboration with LCF’s Digital Anthropology LAB
Fashion Space Gallery Design Resident 2015
BENJAMIN JOHN HALL
Benjamin John Hall’s final project Laboratory 12 ran from April – July 2016, please find more information here.