Previously at the ICA - Events
17 Sep 2014
With fashion house and artist collaborations increasingly ubiquitous within the intertwined markets for fashion and art, this panel examines issues surrounding contemporary art and fashion cross-overs. Chaired by curator Christabel Stewart, speakers include writer Hettie Judah, photographer and founder of SHOWstudio Nick Knight, and fashion historian Lucy Norris.
Unfortunately Charlie Porter can no longer participate in in this panel.
Celebrating fruitful partnerships as well as casting a critical eye on some art-meet-fashion relationships, this panel explores the ‘trouble’ with fashion in the art world and simultaneously, issues surrounding art in the world of fashion. This panel addresses critical questions regarding influence, value accrual and design display.
Curated in collaboration with London-based author and panellist Hettie Judah.
Christabel Stewart was Arts Editor of SHOWstudio from 2004 - 2007. In Spring 2003, together with curator Darren Flook she launched Hotel, a project space run from a domestic property, then subsequently a representing gallery. She was previously assistant curator of fig-1, Mark Francis' '50 projects in 50 weeks' exhibition programme set up in Soho, London in 2001. Stewart has also worked as part of the team at Cubitt, an independent artists run studio and gallery. After studying Art History at Glasgow University she completed a Contemporary Art Curating MA at the Royal College of Art, London. She has contributed to various art publications and catalogues, including TANK Magazine.
Hettie Judah is a writer and editor. A contributing editor to ArtReview magazine, for which she has a long-running column on visual culture, she also works in close association with MoMu, the fashion museum in Antwerp. She is a regular contributor to Business of Fashion and SHOWstudio as well as a number of major international publications, and is the author and editor of books on fashion, art and design.
Photographer Nick Knight is the Director and Founder of SHOWstudio.com, the fashion and art internet broadcasting channel. Established in November 2000, SHOWstudio’s innovative and ground-breaking projects have defined the manner in which fashion is presented via the Internet, offering a unique platform to nurture and encourage fashion to engage with moving image in the digital age. Knight has won numerous awards for his editorial work for Vogue, Dazed & Confused, W magazine, i-D, and Visionaire, as well as for fashion and advertising projects for clients including Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen and Calvin Klein. Knight’s work has been exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Saatchi Gallery, the Photographers Gallery, Hayward Gallery and recently, Tate Modern. He recently produced a permanent installation, Plant Power, for the Natural History Museum in London.
Lucy Norris is a trend forecaster, fashion historian and lecturer. In 2009 Norris became founder/editor of online fashion magazine Pret-A-Rever. Norris guest lectures in visual culture and fashion history at The Victoria & Albert Museum, The Royal Academy of Art, Parsons School of Fashion, and is course director on the BA (Hons) Fashion Journalism degree at The University of the Creative Arts. She has also spoken on fashion and trend for BBC Radio 4, Social Media Week and The British Council, as well as having been senior contributing editor at trend forecasting agency Stylus.