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In Conversation: Διαδικτυακές Συναντήσεις με επιμελητές, μελετητές και καλλιτέχνες με θέμα το ένδυμα ως αντικείμενο μελέτης και έκθεσης

In Conversation: Διαδικτυακές Συναντήσεις με επιμελητές, μελετητές και καλλιτέχνες με θέμα το ένδυμα ως αντικείμενο μελέτης και έκθεσης

20 Νοεμβρίου – 11 Δεκεμβρίου 2020, κάθε Παρασκευή στις 18:00, διαδικτυακά

Μέλη του Δ.Σ. της Ελληνικής Εταιρείας Ενδυμασιολογίας συνομιλούν με μελετητές, επιμελητές ενδυματολογικών εκθέσεων, σχεδιαστές μόδας και καλλιτέχνες που έχουν συμμετάσχει σε καινοτόμα πρότζεκτ τα οποία απετέλεσαν τμήμα των εκθέσεων αυτών. Οι καλεσμένοι μας, από την Ελλάδα και το εξωτερικό, μιλούν για το σκεπτικό και την προετοιμασία των εκθέσεων ή/και των project που επιμελήθηκαν την περίοδο της πανδημίας και μοιράζονται μαζί μας την εμπειρία τους.


Οι «συναντήσεις» In Conversation θα πραγματοποιηθούν διαδικτυακά στα αγγλικά.
Κόστος παρακολούθησης κάθε συνάντησης: 5€.

Για να έχετε πρόσβαση, θα πρέπει να καταβάλετε το κόστος συμμετοχής στο λογαριασμό του Πελοποννησιακού Λαογραφικού Ιδρύματος:
ΕΘΝΙΚΗ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΑ: ΙΒΑΝ GR93 0110 4270 0000 4274 8015 718
και να στείλετε την απόδειξη κατάθεσης στην κα Ρόζα Πατσέα στην ηλεκτρονική διεύθυνση:, τηλέφωνο 210 3647577, Δευτέρα-Παρασκευή 9.00-13.00.

Το link στην πλατφόρμα Zoom όπου θα πραγματοποιηθούν οι συναντήσεις θα σταλεί στους εγγεγραμμένους την παραμονή της κάθε συνάντησης.

Το πρόγραμμα αναλυτικά:

In Conversation 1

Friday, 20th November 18:00
Fabric research in the time of Corona: challenges and ideas

with Dr.Stella Spantidaki, Archaeologist – Specialist in ancient textiles,

Director of ARTEX, Athens
Moderated by Elia Petridou

Photo from a weaving workshop, 2019

The Fabric of My Life is a collaborative artistic and social project between cultural institutions in
Denmark, Greece and Germany, funded by Creative Europe 2019-2022, with the aim to innovate and
test new methods in the cultural sectors concerning migration history, to train cultural workers and
design students and to empower refugee women and bring them closer to western societies. In this
project, using the fabric as a carrier of identity, emotion and memory, we aim to record and save
textile memories of women refugees both of the early 20th century, as well as recent ones. Refugees
are invited to participate in interactive weaving workshops and co-create textile products intended to
be exhibited in digital and conventional shows. The project also trains cultural workers to widen their
scope, reach out to new audiences and speak directly to refugee/immigrant populations.

In Conversation 2

Friday, 27th November 18:00
Curating the Critical Costume 2020 Exhibition: Costume Agency

With Dr. Yuka Oyama, Curator and Artist, Professor for Jewellery Art
at the HDK-Valand Academy of Art and Design, University of
Gothenburg, Sweden
Moderated by Sofia Pantouvak

Fruzsina Nagy, ‘Office Workers costumes’, 2018, inkjet printed molino material, elastic bands and ribbons, 160 x 45 cm. Foto: Márton Kovács

This talk will present the curatorial vision as well as the making of the “Critical Costume 2020
Exhibition: Costume Agency”. From the beginning, all the members of the “Costume Agency” artistic
research project (Christina Lindgren, Sodja Lotker and Yuka Oyama) agreed to create this exhibition
without using mannequins or clothes hangers. We aimed to demonstrate the continuingly living inner forces of the costumes to the audiences. One turning point of the curatorial work was the unexpected corona pandemic, which led the exhibition to shift its format from a physical space at Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KhiO) in Oslo to a virtual one, launched online on 21 August 2020.

In Conversation 3

Friday, 4th December 18:00 Bags: Inside Out at the V&A, behind the scene

with Dr.Lucia Savi, Curator, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Moderated by Myrsini Pichou and Xenia Politou

‘Lait de Coco’, evening bag, Karl Lagerfeld, 2014. © Photo: Jason Lloyd Evans

Often projecting bold statements to the outside world whilst concealing our most treasured belongings, the exhibition “Bags: Inside Out” (new opening dates will be released soon) will explore the function, status and craftsmanship of bags. Examined through around 300 objects varying in scale from tiny purses held on a fingertip to luxurious travel trunks, this thematic exhibition will explore the worldwide heritage of these highly covetable objects from the 16th century to today from Elizabethan England to Contemporary China.

In Conversation 4

Friday, 11th December 18:00
Creating new objects for display: the ATOPOS RIPPING Project

with Myrsini Pichou, ATOPOS Research Advisor, the artists Vasso Gavaisse, and Irini Miga, the fashion designer Aurore Thibout and Christine Stevens and Alexandra Kim, Editors of Costume

‘Chrysalis’ by Aurore Thibout, photographed by Shayla Dopp. © Photo: Shayla Dopp

The September 2020 issue of Costume, the journal of The Costume Society (UK), includes an article by Myrsini Pichou, ATOPOS Research Advisor, entitled “The ATOPOS cvc RIPPING PROJECT: A ‘New’ Life for Dress Objects?”In this project artists and fashion designers were invited to create their own works of art or garments, either inspired by specific pieces or by using duplicates of the 1960s paper dresses from the RRRIPP!! Collection. These collaborations with the different artists and fashion designers enabled ATOPOS cvc to investigate new ways of handling, managing and displaying its collection. This round tablewill present the ATOPOS RIPPING project, and the artists Vasso Gavaisse and Irini Miga, along with the fashion, costume and textile designer Aurore Thibout, will discuss their experience from collaborating with ATOPOS. Christine Stevens and Alexandra Kim will also share their experience on preparing, during the time of COVID-19, the particular issue of Costume, themed around the relationship between art and dress, and specifically the ways in which artists have interacted with dress in different projects.

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