This exhibition from the Royal College of Art is part of their Intangible Cultural Heritage programme, and explores the contemporary and traditional interpretations of the Chinese traditional dress, the Qipao. RCA PhD candidate Mingjing Lin has reinterpreted the garment with 3D printing and parametic modelling, and these newly reimagined items will be presented alongside four original garments.
The exhibition is free to attend, but there there is also a private view on Tuesday 11th of October, from 7:30pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to attend the private view.
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This selling exhibition at Contemporary Applied Arts in Bankside spotlights cutting-edge, imaginative and technically accomplished modern work whilst celebrating the long and esteemed tradition of depicting flowers and foliage in jewellery.
"A playful project that tests the principal elements of exhibiting fashion: object, body, text, installation. A conversation between exhibition-maker Jeffrey Horsley and curator Amy de la Haye inspired by apparel which is damaged, worn-out or perish...