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Fashion & Technology: DE/MATERIALIZE

Ute Ploier, AT

The Bachelor Program Fashion & Technology at the University of Art and Design Linz presents DE/MATERIALIZE, an unconventional fashion show in which fibers, tissue and bodies de/materialize between real and virtual space.
Industrial robots appear as models in stereoscopic selfie videos, garments from desert plants continue to grow, a fluid cocktail of glycerin and gelatin

materializes as a bioplastic suit, and gigapixel images open up the microscopic depths of the tissues.
The focus of the presentation is research with innovative materials and alternative manufacturing processes.
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Ute Ploier, Univ. Prof. Mag., is an austrian designer with a strong focus on sustainable innovation.
Originally, Ute studied fashion design at Central St. Martin`s college of Art and Design in London and at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna under Raf Simons.​
Starting out in 2003 her eponymous label focused on menswear and won numerous awards including the Prix Hommes at the renowned Festival for fashion and photography in Hyères, France.​
Her collections were published and exhibited internationally and sold globally in stores in Europe, USA and Japan.
Ute has designed for numerous national and international clients and taught at various European art schools.
Recently, she has turned to a more transdisciplinary design approach on the interfaces of fashion, media, space and technology.
Since 2015 she is artistic director of “Fashion & Technology”, a BA and MA program at the University of Art and Design in Linz which aims to find new solutions in fashion through a sustainable combination of tradition and technology.​
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