I am a passionate and hardworking young fashion curator with experience in visual presentation and exhibition design gained from Alexander McQueen, Selfridge’s, Judith Clark Studio, Condé Nast and Net-A-Porter.
Fascinated about innovative and experimental exhibition practices, provocative art and alternative fashion media, I don’t believe in boundaries among miscellaneous genres of displaying fashion and identity; I am a curious handy enthusiast, keen to learn, discover and spread the beautiful and daring ideas.
The inspiration for my work comes from a desire to shake up the stagnated fashion media and search for alternative ways to address the audience perception.
I believe fashion presentation should expand from being predominantly visual matter as it is now, and challenge other senses.
THE ACOUSTIC WARDROBE explores the potential of acoustic component of fashion – like sound and music, complementing the clothes on catwalk as well as in everyday life, as I believe that manipulation and deeper understanding of their influence on individuals’ emotions will take us to revolutionary experience of substantial and non-material fashion concepts.
It was the first step into this fascinating terra incognita of the sonic side of fashion, which I now explore with curiosity further..
ART PILGRIMAGE: this new project explores the potential of NON-ARTEFACTUAL museum of memories in a far-away land, so the process of getting there becomes a part of experience..
My major interest is in discovering the ALTERNATIVE FASHION MEDIA and making FINE ART WEARABLE. I like to play around Fashion, Space and Technology, engaging Art-objects and Audience into interaction.
And I am always looking for collaboration!