10 August 2014

Peripheral Visions exhibition

Peripheral Visions is an exhibition exploring the edges and boundaries of creative practice within design and fashion disciplines.


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Every Corner in a Room. Image credit: Karima Sulaiman 2014

Title:

Peripheral Visions exhibition

Date:

2015-03-10
to 20 March 2015

Time:

5.30 pm –7.30 pm (opening night)
11 am–5 pm (all other days)

Location:

First Site Gallery, Basement 344 Swanston Street.

Cost:

Free


Further details

If the body is central to fashion practice, where do the boundaries extend? Where is the periphery of fashion?

How can decentralised or collaborative practice extend and push boundaries to generate multi-disciplinary, critical outcomes and visions relating to fashion?

Showcasing the work of 25 current and recently graduated RMIT students, the exhibition features garments, jewellery, objects, installation, screen based works and photography.

Peripheral Visions invites the broader design community to engage in a discussion about fashion's potential to engage in critical discussions during an evening forum with leading design professionals on Thursday March 12th in First Site Gallery from 5.30pm.

Peripheral Visions is part of the 2015 Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program.

Exhibitors include: Audrey Ahmer, Antonios Hrysafis, Rebekah Archer, Katie Bamford, Claire Beale, Marieke Bruins, Charlotte Campbell, Yu Fang Chi, Molly Dockray, Elisa Keeler, Allia King, Minsoo Lee, Nyssa McCullough, Hannah McMullin, Josephine Mead, Avila, Natasha, Gabrielle New, Ali Pyrke, Andrija Sala, Kirra Scotland, Kavanjot Singh, Katinka Stutzer and Karima Sulaiman

Peripheral Visions is co-curated by Tassia Joannides, Isabel Fuglsang, Kiri Malarski and Nicola Wong in collaboration with Lizzy Sampson.


This service is supported by your Student Services and Amenities Fee and presented by RMIT Link Arts & Culture.

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