London-based Fashion Designer, Bea Brücker, focuses on working with living organisms, digital tools and new technologies in order to create a circular fashion system.
Bea’s work interrogates how the integration of biodesign practices and new fabrication technologies could be used as a tool for an economically and socially liberating design practice.
Design & Technology 10 (2020) by Sian FanGlobal Design Graduate Show
Sian Fan is an interdisciplinary artist working in London. Drawing on her background in contemporary and aerial dance she suspends, fragments and augments the body via choreography and digital techniques.
Sian is concerned with the complexities of spiritual experience and with being human in our increasingly digitised and hyperconnected world. Through her work she hopes to discover new ways for us to coexist with technology.
Design & Technology 4 (2020) by Michael YoshimuraGlobal Design Graduate Show
Michael Yoshimura is a visualisation artist/3D generalist currently based in Toronto, Canada. He uses the medium of science-fiction short film to address the potential of architecture to narrate the contemporary notion of Shinto techno animism.
Design & Technology 8 (2021) by Oscar KeeneGlobal Design Graduate Show
Oscar Keene merges art, fashion and commerce by using 3D software to create compelling visual narratives and accurately virtually recreating the processes of designing, pattern-making and prototyping.
Oscar's work, involving technology adapted to fashion, can engage the viewer in a different way to live streamed runways and conventional photoshoots, and can connect the artistic, conceptual framework behind a collection to the viewer with significantly reduced waste.
Design & Technology 6 (2021) by Molly MacleodGlobal Design Graduate Show
Molly Macleod is a multidisciplinary artist exploring scientific concepts through collaborative projects with researchers and scientists. She sits in the liminal space between art and science and uses the scientific method to examine and question cultural phenomena.
Design & Technology 5 (2021) by Molly MacleodGlobal Design Graduate Show
Through poetic interpretation and distilling meaning via her use of unconventional, signifying materials, Molly's artwork invites intimate and philosophical engagement combined with accessible simplicity and a minimalist aesthetic.