The decorative is political. Craft is powerful. We host workshops, and curate exhibitions on the topics of decorative art. We trace the lineage of modernist making legacies to the contemporary and bring to light stories of marginalised makers. facilitate discussions
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Perhaps more so than any other art form, wearable art is the place where the decorative becomes most dissident. Costume […]
A blazer and a skirt flutter in the wind at Pett Level beach in Hastings. On it are pictures of […]
Ýrúrarí’s mostly knit-based practice see fragments of humour, body movements and the everyday meet in wool based, wearable objects.
The iconoclastic and ultra-provocative costumes of the avant-garde visual artist, electrifying poet, model performer, and dramatically titled Baroness Elsa von […]
BREAKING THE FALL Breaking the Fall is a collaboration with my mother, Cherrie Beaney. It is an exploration of our […]
Artist and art historian Kathryn Cutler-MacKenzie in conversation with artist Ben Caro.
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