Working in the Interzone
On 11th May 2016 only
London College of Fashion, 20 John Princes Street, London, W1G 0BJ
The LCF Forum for Fashion Design & Visual Arts Practice presents: Working in the Interzone - Fashion as Interdisciplinary Practice.
The ‘interzone’, a term borrowed from a collection of short stories by William Burroughs, refers to a metaphorical, liminal, self-governed and stateless state. The term has emerged more recently to describe the creative practice of Raf Simons whose work tends towards collaboration and crossovers with art, design and multiple contextual influences. In this sense, it also alludes more broadly to fashion’s capacity to be a radically porous and interdisciplinary field.
This panel discussion aims to take the context of critical practice further to explore interdisciplinary practices within the field of fashion. We aim to address the notion of the ‘interzone’ as a tactic for artistic output, as well as recent collaborations that transcend disciplinary boundaries and, finally, what is at stake when boundaries are dissolved or crossed.
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