COLOUR, PATTERN & CONTAINMENT

Slowly but surely the international community is coming up to speed with the relationship between colour, pattern and containment with the new retrospective of Fahrelnissa Zeid coming soon to the Tate Modern in London, UK.

Slow Textiles Group members will be familiar with our CEO, Dr Emma Neuberg’s analysis of modernist abstraction in art and its relationship with psychology.  We have yet to read about this in other people’s publications but at least we can now live it in this exciting new exhibition! Message us if you’d like some seminars on the subject. TATE MODERN exhibition details here.

SURFACE Show at Chelsea FutureSpace

Rose, silk, detail, Emma Neuberg, 2012.
We’re delighted to announce that silk triptychs created by STG founder, Emma Neuberg, whilst Artist in Residence (AA2A) at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, are selected for an exciting new exhibition exploring surface, texture, semiotics and meaning taking place February 13th to April 14th 2013 at Chelsea FutureSpace.
The show represents an introduction to the study of surface as texture and skin to interpret and express the liminal space between internal and external worlds.  Other artists in the show include Sanghyun Kim and Kangwook Lee.
Awake, Sanghyun Kim, 2012.

 

Kangwook Lee, 2012.

FAST FASHION IMPACTS and Timeless TEXTILS in One Afternoon!

Eventbrite - Sustainability & Unsustainability in the Fashion System  Lecture with a Textiles Couturier to Help You Upskill Afterwards

Our next ground-breaking lecture combines an overview of the negative environmental impacts of fast fashion coupled with a timeless couture sewing class from Alexander McQueen and Mary Katrantzou embroiderer, Eline Le Callennec; plus, much more in the way of sustainable textile design methodologies, analysis and discussion!

Takes place in Slow Studio on December 1st at 2pm. Go to  WOW Events  for details or FAST TRACK BOOKING!

 

Eventbrite - Sustainability & Unsustainability in the Fashion System  Lecture with a Textiles Couturier to Help You Upskill Afterwards