Sat, 25 Sept | Residency Studio, Sackler Centre for Art

In Practice: Experiments on crafting textiles into QR Codes

In partnership with the British Council as part of the the V&A's Digital Design Weekend. Join Design Collective Peut-Porter to discover sustainable fashion practices by designers from around the globe and craft alternative QR codes using embroidery, patchwork, screen print and other media.
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In Practice: Experiments on crafting textiles into QR Codes

Time & Location

25 Sept, 11:30 – 13:00 BST
Residency Studio, Sackler Centre for Art, Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL, UK

About the Event

Places are limited and allocated on a first-come first-served basis.   

Get to know sustainable fashion practices by designers from around the globe in this 90 min workshop. In preparation for an interactive wearable performance piece they are currently developing, the design collective Peut-Porter invites you to test with them how to craft alternative QR codes using embroidery, patchwork, screen print and other media. 

This workshop is linked to the Fashion Open Studio x COP26 programme and travelling installation in partnership with British Council happening in November in Glasgow during COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference. You will be introduced to a diverse cohort of current fashion designers whose practices look at alternative fashion production, and join Peut-Porter in developing textile QR codes to reveal aspects of their design-work.

Image credits: Wear+Seek Performance by Peut-Porter at Museum of London, 2018. Performer Hannah Burfield. Photographer: Oliver Wrobel

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