Xenia Capacete Caballero
My emerging curatorial practice and research interests extend into diverse fields, which imaging technologies are one of them. With a background in art history and costume making for performances, my curatorial practice questions how we experience and understand fashion and how we communicate the stories around an object by using multi-media ranging from artifacts to audio, film, to photography alongside contemporary discourse.
My final MA project expands upon these interests through the identification of 3D Imaging technologies as the solution to conservation issues and static display methods with the ultimate objective to enhance the experience of the object and in turn, fashion itself.
2013, Manipulating Surface: Portuguese Craftsmanship. An exhibition for the British Council and British Fashion Council's International Fashion Showcase.
2013, Shwop Shop Installations for Marks & Spencers, Marble Arch London
2013, Footprints Exhibition at Central Saint Martins