“the textile fashion industry accounts for 10% of global carbon emissions and remains the second largest industrial polluter”, Ecowatch.
SEAMLESS drew attention to the scale and momentum of the problem of fast fashion. The catwalk became the lens to explore human psychology, behaviour and societal systems that drive this fad.
Artists – 2019 Dance – Eliza Sanders, Ryan Stone and Alison Plevey Sound Design – Reuben Ingall/ Alison Plevey Artists – 2017 Dance – Eliza Sanders, Jack Riley and Alison Plevey Sound Design – Reuben Ingall Audio Visuals – John Carolan Lighting – Robbie Gordon Costume Design – Nina Gbor and Charne Esterhuizen
A commissioned work presented at Floriade Fringe Festival, Haig Park Canberra, October 2017. Re-imagined in 2019 and commissioned by National Portrait Gallery in connection with ‘Women in Vogue’ exhibition.
“An innovative, well-considered and theatrically staged comment on the fashion industry, performed with wit and skill at the 2017 Floriade Fringe” – Canberra Critics Circle Award winner 2018
Lorna Sim Photography