10:00 – 11:00
Costume as Scenography?
(Panel Discussion – 60 min)

Rachel Hann (University of Surrey), Donatella Barbieri (London College of Fashion, UAL), Sofia Pantouvaki (Aalto University)

This panel examines the fruitful relationships between costume and scenography. The idea that scenography is inclusive of costume is arguably a recent and contested position. Beyond a strict focus on scenery or set design, costume as scenography invites us to conceptualise scenography differently. The presenters will outline this debate and re-consider costume’s relationship to scenography.

11:15 – 12:15
Costume and Collaboration: Designers and Makers
(Panel Discussion – 60 min)

Sofia Pantouvaki (Aalto University), Suzanne Osmond (National Institute of Dramatic Art), Madeline Taylor (University of Melbourne)

Costume design relates to networks of creativity and collaboration, critical to the material nature of performance. This talk addresses costume design and production focusing on the collaborative partnership of designers and makers, bringing into discussion making traditions, production processes, hierarchies, and the emotional intelligence and creative judgement required by scenographic roles

12:45 – 13:30
What costume Can Do and Be
(Panel Discussion – 60 min)

Rosane Muniz (artist, curator), Sodja Lotker (Prague Performing Arts Academy), Christina Lindgren (Oslo National Academy of the Arts), Arianne Vitale Cardoso (University of São Paulo)

"What costume design can do and be" is a very simple provocation to deepen the conversation about what we can create in the costume design field. The projects ‘Costume Agency’ (by Sodja Lotker and Christina Lindgren), ‘Costume in Action’ (by Ariane Vitale) and ‘Designers on the Edge’ (by Rosane Muniz) have been developed in the last years and they explore "how costume performs".

08 06 2019 10:00—13:30
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