Textile and fashion for visual art purposes and their role in the wider social and cultural context. Social criticism and formalism, the (un)culture of living and other phenomena in society that concern, mark and transform textiles and fashion. Understanding the role, meaning and communication of textiles and fashion in the sphere of art. Recognition of streams and movements in the history of art and design, with an emphasis on textile art. Understanding the influence of fashion on art and vice versa. Analysing the process of transformation from craft to art in the perspective of historical development. Language of art in connection with textile materials on thematic assignments. Understanding the social, psychological and ethical consequences of interference in different cultural environments. Development of conceptual thinking through interdisciplinary views. Phenomenon of fashion as a conceptual gesture that wakes and transforms. Unexpected connections between professions and the media, open developments of origins of problems. Phenomenon of the hollow body. Hybridisation of visual art and design. Textiles and fashion on the art market. Textiles and fashion in performance. Influence of all sciences’ development on textile and fashion art.
Textile Engineering, Graphic Communication and Textile Design (TGT)
|Marija Jenko (coordinator)
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