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adidas match ball Oceaunz for the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia and New Zealand shows artworks representing the countries' typical patterns adidas launched the match ball which references with its name 'Oceaunz' the geographical region Oceania and with the visuals, the host countries' typical patterns. The artworks have been created by two women, Chern'ee Sutton specialized in indigenous art from Australia and the weaver & artist Fiona Collis from New Zealand...

Textile designer, artist Birke Gorm stages the exploitation of women and the planet in the MAK exhibition 'dead stock' with reference to costume history, gender roles, work and production processes From 1 February until 25 June, the German born, in Vienna working and living Birke Gorm presents a scenery with textile sculptures made from jute bags for telling the story about the exploitation of women and the planet. With references to...

Highlights of Belvedere Research Center's online conference 'The Art Museum in the Digital Age' with focus on NFTs, metaverse, linked data, and user behavior in digital museum spaces Fashion.at tried to generate via ChatGPT a summary of the abstracts of the online conference 'The Art Museum in the Digital Age' (16 - 20 January, Zoom) - unfortunately the text was too long. There was nothing left but to read the around 35 pages of the program and abstracts, which were prepared by researchers from the fields of art history, design, media, intellectual property, copyright, data science, etc., and filter 'by hand' the long information for a short overview with tips for one, maximal two lectures per day...

Cytara's art and fashion walk in the metaverse: The artwork 'Mariupol Mask' by the creator of virtual fashion and jewelry Helen Do at the Ukrainian Pavilion of the NFT Biennial Cytara dressed up in a new outfit and visited several spaces with fashionable pictures, impressive sights or a desert with living and office capsules. But then, Cytara stepped into the Ukrainian Pavilion of the NFT Biennial. The virtual pavilion was on that day live...

Insights into the exhibition 'The Fest' at the MAK Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna Fashion.at attended the press conference on occasion of the new exhibition 'The Fest' at the MAK Museum of Applied Arts Vienna. The first large exhibition in the main venue of the MAK Museum at the Stubenring under the new Director Lilli Hollein received measured on the number of journalists and guests more attention than art exhibition openings in Vienna in general get...

Fashion.at in conversation with the language model 'ChatGPT' about performative art, performance art, Nan Goldin and iconic backstage images on occasion of the exhibition 'On Stage' at the mumok Recently, the mumok - Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien presented next year's programme which begins with the exhibition 'On Stage. All the Art World's a Stage' (from 15 March 2023) of performance as well as performative art from the 1960s up to nowadays with closer views on topics like 'Gender and Identity Politics' and how artists like Cindy Sherman, Jakob Lena Knebl / Ashley Hans Scheirl, Wolfgang Tillmans, or Nan Goldin approached the theme. For the press, mumok provided a picture by Nan Goldin named 'James Having His Hair Done Backstage at Jean Colonna Show'. How does this fit together with the exhibition title 'On Stage'? Fashion.at started a conversation with the language processing AI model 'ChatGPT' and asked some questions...

Preview Vienna 2023: Kunstforum Wien presents works by Kiki Kogelnik addressing topics like identity or the representation of women in fashion magazines Many Austrian museums have already published previews of next year's exhibitions. One of the exhibitions with relation to fashion and lifestyle is 'Kiki Kogelnik: Now Is The Time' on view from 2 February until 25 June 2023 at the Kunstforum Wien...

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27 Jan 2023 - Austrian Fashion Association presents musicians and artists wearing pieces by Vienna-based designer Jennifer Milleder like Anja Plaschg of the Austrian music project SOAP&SKIN or Norwegian actress Renate Reinsve, member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars)

27 Jan 2023 - Music 'Silent Running' by Gorillaz ft. Adeleye Omotayo, album 'Cracker Island' (24 February) collaborations with Bad Bunny, Beck, Stevie Nicks, Tame Impala & Bootie Brown, Thundercat

26 Jan 2023 - adidas match ball Oceaunz for the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia and New Zealand shows artworks representing the countries' typical patterns

25 Jan 2023 - Trendletter 25-January-2023: Trachten Interpretations, Couture with Message, Bread against Food Waste,...

Rebekka Ruétz stages the sustainability goals "Buy less, waste less, fix more, share more and be willing to pay more" with 'braveNEWworld' couture at Berlin Fashion Week Recently, the press images of the runway presentation of the Rebekka Ruétz 'braveNEWworld' collection consisting of more than 30 outfits arrived at Fashion.at. The experimental couture looks are highlighting the topic upcycling and the sustainability goals "Buy less, waste less, fix more, share more and be willing to pay more". Rebekka Ruétz used for the creation of the collection old sports wear by Scott like ski clothing, fabrics from the home textiles collection by Home Interior and lingerie such as bras, bralettes and high waist slips by Hanro...

Activity against food waste in Austria: Bakery 'Bäckerei Hager' in Lower Austria makes new products from old bread and calls it 'Comebäck' bread Bäckerei Hager's new product is partly made of old bread from the day before. It is named 'Comebäck', a word creation of 'comeback' and 'bäck' from the German word 'Gebäck' (baked goods). Around 20% of the Comebäck bread comes from the bakery's overproduction. The old bread is shaved in fine crumbs and roasted at 100° C before being used as an ingredient of the new product which keeps well for another 2 to 3 days...

Gina Drewes' interpretations of the traditional Carinthian dirndl, originally developed by Austrian artist Leopold Resch in 1911 Designer Gina Drewes presented new interpretations of one of the traditional dirndls of the southernmost Austrian federal state Carinthia with a short snippet of the state's costume history from 1911 when painter and trachten researcher Leopold Resch developed the so-called 'Carinthian dirndl'. The term 'trachten' denotes traditional clothing, costumes. In Carinthia exist different designs of the dirndl which was traditionally developed as a sign of the origin of the population of specific areas...

Fashion.at's Karin Sawetz asked AI for inspiring information for a virtual fashion and costume museum in the metaverse I asked ChatGPT to generate ten questions and answers concerning Austrian fashion and costumes. I wanted to find out which clothing pieces or names of Austrian fashion history and contemporary design are part of the knowledge of such an elaborated language processing AI...

United Nations 'World Tourism Organization' (UNWTO) presents qualities of the 'Best Tourism Villages' like Zell am See, Austria with pictograms of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals In the description of Zell am See at the 'Best Tourism Villages' directory, the art project on the mountain Schmittenhöhe is especially mentioned. At the website schmitten.at, insights into the project which went first live in 1995 are published. Among the views is a video about the artwork 'Funghi per tutti' by artist Max Seibald who...

Textile research project 'The Fabric of My Life' presents stories about textiles for weaving the cultural fabric of Europe At the end of 2022, the German textile museum 'Deutsches Textilmuseum Krefeld' released stories about specific textiles, clothing, accessories that play an important role in the lives of people who left their countries and moved their home-base to other destinations in this world. The stories are part of the textile research project 'The Fabric of My Life'...

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