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Utopian Bodies - Fashion Looks Forward
BY SOFIA HEDMAN
Sofia Hedman, Johan Deurell & Hanne Eide – all three are part of the team behind the big fashion exhibition that will soon open at Liljevalchs Museum in Stockholm (September 2015). Their shared PechaKucha takes us on the journey that led them to the final result: Utopian Bodies. Showing fashion in its broadest form!
Works from one of the Swedish Fashion Talents 2015
BY EMELIE JANRELL
@ VOL 53
ON AUG 18, 2015
Emelie Janrell is a fashion designer who this year was nominated for Swedish Fashion Talents 2015, among 9 other promising fashion designers. Beautiful photos of Emelies work are featured in this Pecha Kucha.
Re-designing a school in a social sustainable way
BY CHRISTINA SILVFERHIELM
@ VOL 53
ON AUG 18, 2015
Christina Silfverhielm is an Arkitekt SAR/MSA, working at OkiDoki Architects in Gothenburg, Sweden. In her PechaKucha she guides us through a project where Christina and her colleagues re-designed a school with help from the children studying there.
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About the City's Organizers
Ewa Kumlin, was appointed as Managing Director of Svensk Form in December 2004. Prior to her appointment at Svensk Form, she was running her own company for cultural production since 1991. She always focused on creating meetings between people from various fields of contemporary culture, and she has an extensive network of international contacts. Through her husband's work as a diplomat, she has lived in Paris, New York, Brasilia, Athens and Tokyo. During the postings abroad she has arranged a number of cultural projects, mainly within contemporary culture, design and literature. In Tokyo, in 1999 she initiatied “Swedish Style in Tokyo”, a Swedish promotional event aimed at a young Japanese audience, featuring contemporary Swedish culture and life style, which has now become a yearly event in Tokyo, run by the Swedish Embassy. Upon her return to Sweden, Ewa arranged a continuation in "Tokyo Style in Stockholm” of contemporary Japanese Culture in August 2004 Originally Ewa Kumlin studied at the Royal College of Arts in Stockholm to become a Fine Arts Teacher, after a few years with the Foreign Ministry. She also has been writing articles for Swedish art and design magazines and published a book on her family story. In the early 90's she helped to coordinate two large literary cruises in the Baltic and the Black Sea with writers and translators from over forty countries.