MA Textile Design 2014

Chelsea College of Arts



The degradation of tactility is a growing problem with well-documented negative effects on human physical and psychological health. Therefore, this is a participative design based on the concept of slow design, which encourage the audience to experience the tactile sense consciously. It is trying to awaken people’s excitement and sensitivity of tactility, and provide emotional stimuli and add joy to their life.

Stay in Touch is trying to re-establish the communication between the surrounding world and humans through touch. The materials most commonly used disposable products and FMCGs, which could inspire the audience to re-examine the necessity of our fast-paced life and reflect on our throw-away society, to question and resist the disposable products.



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