Prof. Dorothea Wenzel, Prof. Renata Brink, Prof. Patrick Kugler, Dr. Holly McQuillan, Vidmina Stasiulyte PhD, Nussara Tiengkate, Jitra Dungsang, Melina Krohn, Tobias Herzog

XII. Symposium 2021

Along the textile cycles of growing, designing and producing textile surfaces, stages of use and the end of the life-cycle of garments and textile products, concepts of new design thinking are developing around the notions of body and space, questioning established views of linearity and output in the textile and fashion industries.

Through linking zero waste concepts to thinking multimorphic textile-forms, Dr. Holly McQuillan explores new ways of thinking and making around fashion and architecture in constructed textiles, focussing on weaving. The body, fashion and sound: Vidmina Stasiulyte’s research focusses on how sound – as primary and different from vision – opens up possibilities for a more democratic and inclusive fashion. Sonic perspectives as the foremost aspects of thinking and designing fashion will generate new and unfamiliar ways of clothing the body and clothing space.

Nussara Tiengkate and Jitra Dungsan are investigating ways of a wholesome and generation spanning way of life, facilitated by textiles and based on community thinking and local and textile wisdom. They show that textiles are important social activators that connect people and places.

Transparency in the circular textile value chain with the help of marking and identification technologies is the topic of Melina Krohn. She will present her results of this quite young but dynamic field within the textile chain. Tobias Herzog will showcase an innovation for fiber traceability: The company Tailorlux integrity solutions has develop a identification technology based on luminous pigments.

The symposium will be wrapped up with a panel discussion amongst the lecturers and the audience. The annual symposium GREEN CYCLES is supposed to be an on-going narrative and dialogue, questioning established views of linearity and output in the textile and fashion industries.

 

AGENDA

 

09:00 - 09:20 a.m. Europe /// 03:00 - 03:20 p.m. Thailand: 

WELCOMING ADDRESSES

Prof. Dorothea Wenzel, Dean of the Faculty Design/Media/Information DMI, HAW Hamburg

Maren Niemeyer, Director of the Goethe-Institute Thailand 

MODERATION

Prof. Renata Brink, Professor Textile Design, HAW Hamburg

Prof. Patrick Kugler, Professor Clothing Engineering and Marketing, HAW Hamburg

09:20 - 10:00 a.m. Europe /// 03:20 - 04:00 p.m. Thailand: 

ZERO WASTE DESIGN THINKING

Dr. Holly McQuillan, Assistant Professor in Materialising Futures, TU Delft, Netherlands

10:00 - 10:40 a.m. Europe ///  04:00 - 04:40 p.m. Thailand: 

WEARING SOUND – RE-THINKING THE DRESSED BODY

Vidmina Stasiulyte PhD, Lecturer, The Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås, Sweden

 

10:40 - 11:00 a.m. Europe /// 04:40 - 05:00 p.m. Thailand: 

BREAK

 

11.00-11:30 a.m. Europe /// 05:00 - 05:30 p.m. Thailand: 

TEXTILE CULTURE VALLEY

Nussara Tiengkate, Textile Historian, Weaver, Designer, Chiang Mai, Thailand

CASE STUDY OF SENIOR WEAVERS IN BAN NON MANAO, SISAKET PROVINCE, THAILAND

Jitra Dungsang, Weaver, Designer, Chiang Mai, Thailand

11:30 - 12:00 a.m. Europe /// 05:30 - 06:00 p.m. Thailand: 

TRANSPARENCY IN THE CIRCULAR TEXTILE VALUE CHAIN WITH THE HELP OF MARKING AND IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Melina Krohn, HAW Hamburg Germany

12:00 - 12:30 a.m. Europe /// 06:00 - 06:30 p.m. Thailand: 

FIBER TRACEABILITY

Tobias Herzog, Tailorlux integrity solutions Germany

12:30 - 13:00 a.m. Europe /// 06:30 - 07:00 p.m. Thailand: 

PANEL DISCUSSION

We want to thank the Goethe-Institut Thailand for their support for this year's symposium!
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