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Book-sprinting: fashion labor

The second book sprint by the Fashion Praxis Lab is onto its second day and we are engaging in fashion and labor. These are the six questions we are posing: 1. Who makes fashion?  2. What labor is involved in … Continue reading

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The Fashion Condition – now as book

The books is finished, and now available at Amazon.com. It is also available here as a pdf: FashionCondition-web. It has been a great journey and we are very happy the text finally left google docs to have a more worthy incarnation … Continue reading

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The Fashion Condition – soon in your hands

After a long process of discussions, writings, editings and rewritings on google-doc we finally got something together: The Fashion Condition. Now the final touches are done and it is in the coming days sent off to the printer: our first … Continue reading

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Day 5, or, When “The Book Sprint” became “The Fashion Condition.”

Day five was the final day of what felt like a real beginning. The group spent the morning feverishly reading, writing and adding to our shared, constantly evolving “Pirate Pad.” “Pirate Pad” served as the site from which our collective … Continue reading

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Book Sprint: Day 4

On day four, participants mediated thinking groups based on shared interests. A discussion on “work” explored its meaning and evaluation. The conversation on “Fashion education” challenged the role of the institution in education and in making/praxis. Throughout all five days, … Continue reading

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Book Sprint: Day 3

Day Three consisted of breaking out into pairings and interviewing one another. The “six questions” that evolved from the Book Sprint were formulated not only for the purposes of interviewing persons abroad, but also for better understanding the context, research … Continue reading

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Book Sprint: Day 2, or, “The Hannah Talks”

The feat of the day was in generating interview questions. The group debated how we might create a series of questions that were specific to the theme of Fashion and Politics, but that also allowed a point of entry for … Continue reading

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