The Program of the 13th edition FASHIONCLASH Festival
The 13th edition of the international and interdisciplinary FASHIONCLASH Festival in Maastricht will take place from 26 – 28 November 2021 in Maastricht. The entire on & offline program, information about the participants and link for ticket sales is now online at fashionclash.nl
Experience FASHIONCLASH Festival On- and Offline!
During the festival you can discover the work of a new generation of designers and artists from all over the world. The program with fashion presentations, exhibitions, theater and dance performances, short fashion films and conversations, shows projects that explore, contextualize and celebrate contemporary (fashion) culture. Participants of the festival belong to a generation of designers and artists who explore and question the boundaries of their discipline. With their works they move between the transdisciplinary domains of fashion, social design and visual arts.
The program consists of a selection from the submitted proposals and from the projects initiated by FASHIONCLASH itself that are being developed in co-production with other organizations.
The festival is open to everyone via ticket sales and there are also many free activities. For tickets and information about the program, please visit www.fashionclash.nl
The Clash House
The Clash House is a development program and showcase for innovative designers, focused on crossovers between fashion and other art disciplines. Participants are challenged to experiment with presentation forms in which storytelling and interaction are central. The presentations consist of installations, performances, film and discussion with the participants.
Participants of The Clash House are: Bobbine Berden Design, Carlijn Veurink, TEUN, The Nightmare Disorder en TheNEWtribe.
New Fashion Narratives
Designers who are central to New Fashion Narratives see fashion as a mission. They belong to a generation of designers who explore the boundaries of their discipline and question the system and the fashion industry. Their works move between the transdisciplinary domains of fashion, social design, visual arts and in their work, they look at the relationship with the ultimate user/consumer. In this way they introduce contemporary themes such as sustainability, gender, consumption and thus new narratives for fashion.
NFN is a collaboration with the Maastricht Theater Academy and filmmaker Daniel van Hauten/ Wedovoodoo.Tv.
Participants are: BEA BRÜCKER, Boris Kollar, Dominika Kasova, EllenBloo, Katharina Achterkamp, LOST WITH THE NEW, Mariana Malta, Rena Jansen x Michelle Vossen, Studio Adaptive Skins, Vogel Vete and Ploen Mevis.
Fashion Film & Video
In this digital age, fashion film (fashion short film) is an effective way to capture a layered story and reach a wide audience through online platforms and media. In addition to short fashion films and many fashion film festivals, there has also been an emergence of digital fashion and virtual presentations in recent years. A number of films are premieres!
Participants are amongst others: Flora Miranda, Custom Territory, DAWID TOMASZEWSKI, Sarah Frede, fRASERbRUCEmILLER,NINGZHOUxLampLee,LamBuiThanh,OscarKeene,STUDIO PASARELLA and many more.
Open Mic Night
This unique comedy club-inspired event aligns with the hybrid festival format. Open Mic Night is an eclectic clash of disciplines, visions and styles of an outspoken and progressive generation. During the Open Mic Night, ten different designers and (performing)artists present their work in the form of a fashion presentation or performance. Open Mic Night is directed by Giovanni Brand and presented by the multidisciplinary performer and artist ARIAH LESTER.
Participants are amongst others: Maximilian Rittler, Davidpaulusstudio, Elliot Collective en Rachel Klok.
Individual Events is a collection of self-initiated activities by various designers and artists. These are physical activities that take place in Maastricht, Aachen (Germany) and The Hague. Wander around in the city of Maastricht during the day and discover the special installation of Antoine Peters in the Bonnefanten museum, the installation by Christa van der Meer in the garden of Marres and the work of various designers at the Brandweerkantine or Blanche Dael. Most of these activities are free!
Fashion Makes Sense
Fashion Makes Sense is FASHIONCLASH’s inclusive audience participation program from which two projects have been developed.
‘Off the top of my head’ is a short film by Luca Tichelman and Rens de Waal made with young people from Tilburg Noord as part of the Second Skin project.‘STAND-IN’ is a project by fashion designer Antoine Peters and theater maker Lieke Benders (Hogefronten), developed in collaboration with The Masters and workshop participants.
The online program consists of a number of table talks with various speakers and festival participants, moderated by Stephanie Afrifa. These can be followed exclusively online.
Speakers at ‘The Future of Fashion is Phygital’ include Esther Hammelburg (Expert on live experiences in hybrid events and senior lecturer at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) and Shayli Harrison (Speculative Fashion Designer & Mutani CEO).
In addition, Iris Ruisch (Managing director M-ODE Foundation) and Sebastiaan Kramer (Managing director / co- owner Hul le Kes and Studio Ryn) will talk about Culture.Fashion, a new open and values-driven fashion and textile network in the Netherlands.
Follow Front row online FASHIONCLASH Festival!
This time you can also follow FASHIONCLASH Festival almost entirely online from your own location.
Attend online, live fashion shows, performances and conversations, watch reports about the physical program and be inspired by short fashion films. There are also table discussions with various speakers and designers that can be followed exclusively online.
For only 15 euros you have access to the three-day online program, which you can follow in the evenings via fashionclash.nl