Society's consumption in the 21st century has risen to unprecedented levels. Accelerating technological change, population growth, and increasing consumption patterns have driven us to the age of the Anthropocene, in which fashion is just one of many industries contributing to an uncertain future on our unstable planet.
A decrease in quality, rise in purchasing, and the speed of replacement has transformed the fashion industry and our relationship with clothes, creating an unsustainable method of living.
’Social Fabric' aims to highlight threads of fashion consumerism within our contemporary culture, represented through fine art and design practice
100 Shandy Street, London, E1 4ST
Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th June 2021
11am - 6pm
Private View : 4th June 2021, 7-9pm
Featuring Artist Winnie Chan, Sophie Cunningham, Silvia Martínez Cerezo and the collective Designer & Scholar from Worn Workshop.
Curated by @padocuratorial
Silvia and Winnie's UAL Post-Grad Story