EXIT21: Digital fashion show

The featured works critically explores material, technique and methodology executed and articulated with advanced artistic and methodological skill in experimental practices, with the shared aim to challenge and rethink current practices and systems.

"Inclusion and participation, diversity and difference, re-use and re-manufacturing, equality and respect, belonging and community, technique and integrity, materiality and consumption, availability and abundance, sexuality and emotions – this year’s graduates in fashion design puts the finger on and explores many of the challenges that our society is deeply concerned with today. Through embodied explorations and corporeal expressions, the graduates experiments and suggests how one could rethink the practices, discourses, and material expressions of social and cultural life that define the very human condition".

- Clemens Thornquist, professor, Department of Design.