7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
16th August, 2015
‘The Digital Anthropology Lab presents #RE_IMAGINE; a forum exploring the now near and future of fashion technology and asks ‘Where are our digital selves heading?’
London College of Fashion, University of the Arts is excited to launch the Digital Anthropology Lab; a research studio bringing industry and academia together to develop a new way of making smarter with technology.
The Digital Anthropology Lab’s launch event, #RE_IMAGINE will present a fantastically diverse range of digitally focused speakers. Join us to hear from pioneers, risk takers, entrepreneurs, designers and inventors including, Ian Livingston CBE, Luke Robert Mason from New Bionics, Katie Baron from Stylus, J. Meejin Yoon from MIT and many more. Come and find out what happened when we made fashion collide with the Internet of Things, they are wearable, but not as you know it.
Expect an informative, networked and enlightening brainstorm of a day. Click here to view the #RE_IMAGINE agenda
Guests are encouraged to stay on for networking drinks between 5.00 – 8.30pm. To coincide with the exhibition Digital Disturbances, Fashion Space Gallery presents a late night opening called SCANNED_NETWORKED_EMBEDDED with interactive demonstrations and displays which bring together practitioners working across design, science and technology to investigate possible human and material futures.