Emma Neuberg is in the new group show opening at the Crafts Council UK in London. She shows several new garment objects using her specialist eco print materials that originated from her research at the Royal College of Art.
The show is called Well-Fashioned: Eco Style in the UK and is curated by Professor Rebecca Earley, co-director at Centre for Circular Design in London. It includes work by Benjamin Shine, Alison Willoughby, Gracie Burnett, Edson Raupp, Kate Fletcher, Kate Goldsworthy, Rebecca Earley, Barbara Lee, Helen Amy Murray and brands, Ciel, Enamore, Howies, Junky Styling, Beyond Skin, Juste, Keep & Share, OsvoMode, Red Mutha, Sari, Terra Plana, Ting and Worn Again. Each artefact celebrates and promotes unique narratives on sustainable fashion and textiles.
The show runs 22nd March – 4th June 2006.
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