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Fashion Unraveled Colloquium: Jeppe Ugelvig, “Memory Garments: The Non-Archive of Susan Cianciolo”
Inspired by the MFIT exhibition Fashion Unraveled and organized by MFIT and the Fashion Research Network, this one-day colloquium explored the concepts of memory, wear, and imperfection in fashion. Speakers focused on imperfect garments and the significance of dressing as a habitual, intimate, and ephemeral act.
Jeppe Ugelvig is a curator and cultural critic based in New York. He completed his MA at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College in 2018. Jeppe’s writing has appeared in Frieze, ArtReview, Flash Art, Spike, and LEAP, among many other publicatons, and he has written exhibition catalogues for artists and projects including A Kassen, BODY HOLES, and Ian Giles. He functions as the features director and editor of DANSKMagazine and associate editor of Wallet. He most recently curated the exhibition Fashion Work, Fashion Workers at the Hessel Museum of Art, NY, and Cargo at PS120 in Berlin.
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