Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Websire Launch

Charlotte Hodes, Professor in Fine Art, London College of Fashion is delighted to announce the launch of the website www.flightdrawinginterpretations.com It represents the culmination of the research project Flight: Drawing Interpretations, some of which  is archived here on the blog.  The project culminated with a symposium at LCF, a live ‘Friday Late’ event at the National Gallery and  the website.

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Friday Late at the National Gallery in conjunction with LCF
Flight: Drawing Interpretations

Image: Body & Soul Agnes Treplin 

Date: Friday 14 JuneTime: 18:30 – 20:30
Location: National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN

A multi-disciplinary event featuring vignettes of live performance, film and artefact, by artists and designers working across the disciplines of visual art, fashion design, costume, photography and curation. The works result from a close collaboration with the National Gallery and a number of practitioners from London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London over the period of a year.

The project contributors are comprised of the following UAL affiliates:

Paul Bevan
Natalie Brown
Andrew Kenny
Yuilya Krylova
Carolina Rieckhof
Agnes Treplin

The Friday Late event will showcase work in which the practice of drawing in the National Gallery has informed creative responses to the theme of ‘flight’.
Please note that this event is free. Reservations are not required however please arrive early to ensure a place.

For further information about the Friday Late at the National Gallery, please see the National Gallery website.

Further information on the Flight: Drawing Interpretations project, please visit the project website (launch date 24May)  www.flightdrawinginterpretations.com

There is also a project blog.

Sunday, 19 May 2013

LCF and the National Gallery present

Flight: Drawing Interpretations symposium

Date: Friday 24 May 2013
Time: 14:00 – 17:00
Location: RHS East Space, London College of Fashion, 20 John Princes Street, London W1G 0BJ

As a product of the Flight: Drawing Interpretations project, this symposium will explore the practice led research resulting from the close collaboration between the National Gallery and a number of practitioners from London College of Fashion, who work across the disciplines of art, fashion design, costume, photography and curation.
Drawing, as a means of investigating, thinking and articulating ideas has played a pivotal role in the research process. This symposium will investigate the way in which the methodology of drawing informs art, design, performance as well as the curatorial practice. It brings together the considerable variety of activities which includes examples of analogue and digital processes, live performance, film and installation.
The event will include: an introduction by Charlotte Hodes, Professor in Fine Art; a key note by Colin Wiggins, Special Project Curator; presentations by artists and fashion designers Dr. Jessica Bugg and Simon Thorogood, Senior Research Fellow, costume designer Agnes Treplin, and fashion curator Dr. Flavia Loscialpo, Senior Lecturer at Southampton University. Refreshments will be provided.
This symposium is in conjunction with the performance event Flight: Drawing Interpretations, a ‘Friday Late‘ taking place at the National Gallery on 14 June 2013. A multi disciplinary event by artists, fashion and costume designers featuring live performance, film and artefact. Responding to the theme of Flight, these new works have been created through the practice of drawing at the National Gallery over a period of a year. Produced in collaboration with the research department at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. This event will take place on the evening of the 14th June 2013, please see National Gallery website for more information. The event is free.
For more information on the Flight: Drawing Interpretations project, please visit the project blog .
This event is free, however RSVP is essential, please email Luella Allen atdrawinginterpretations@fashion.arts.ac.uk to book your place. 
For help on how to find us please go to the ‘Locations’ area of the London College of Fashion website.

Visitors that have a physical disability which may affect their mobility are asked to contact us in advance to discuss their access needs. Information about the building can be found on the ‘Locations’ area of our website, please note that not all areas of JPS are accessible. The event space at John Princes Street is accessed via one flight of stairs. Visitors who will need support to enter or exit the building are asked to make themselves known to the LCF Events team when booking.

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Charlotte Hodes  Apparition diptychs I, II, III  2013 collage, printed and painted papers @102cm x 136cm (+ details) 

Apparition diptych I

Apparition diptych II

Apparition Diptych III