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Making FASHION Sense
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Making FASHION Sense

16.01.2020 - 08.03.2020

The exhibition Making FASHION Sense showcases the radical transformation of fashion through technology. Robot arms and mixed reality, holograms and drones have all paraded down international catwalks. Making FASHION Sense focuses on the impact of technology upon creative processes in the fashion industry, as well as on artistic paths leading towards increasing sustainability: Fashion which makes sense.

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Guided Tour
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Guided Tour

Sun-Sun, 19. - 11.08.2019

Every Sunday we offer a free guided tour through the current exhibition.

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BadLab - DIY or dye
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BadLab - DIY or dye

Sat, 01.02.2020

At the workshop on plant dyeing and toxicity in the textile industry we will learn the ancient technique of dyeing with natural dyes under the guidance of the fashion designer Corinna Mattner.

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Bits & Bites: Exhibition talk with Lela Scherrer
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Bits & Bites: Exhibition talk with Lela Scherrer

Thu, 13.02.2020

Exhibition tour with fashion designer Lela Scherrer. Followed by a small snack and the opportunity to deepen the topics in personal conversations.

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Familysunday – Chamäleon Farbe

Together with Sophie Kellner, families discover the exhibition Making FASHION Sense and design a T-shirt whose colour changes with warmth.

Sun, 09.02.2020, 14:00 - 17:00

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Making FASHION Sense

Yuima Nakazato, Harmonize Collection, 2018, Foto: Shoji Fujii
The exhibition Making FASHION Sense showcases the radical transformation of fashion through technology. Robot arms and mixed reality, holograms and drones have all paraded down international catwalks. Making FASHION Sense focuses on the impact of technology upon creative processes in the fashion industry, as well as on artistic paths leading towards increasing sustainability: Fashion which makes sense.

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Scrappy Circuits

The beginning of every electronics project is an electric circuit. Scrappy Circuits are circuits made of simple materials out of your drawer and do not require special tools. Getting started with electronics is easy and fun! #circuit #DIY #electronics

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HeK (House of Electronic Arts Basel) is the swiss national competence centre that deals with art forms that address and reflect upon new media and technologies. With its focus on interdisciplinary practices, it enables insights for a broad public into art productions of various genres between art, media, and technology.

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