Tag Archives: Plumage Trade

Fashioning Feathers: Dead Birds, Millinery Crafts and the Plumage Trade

Feathers fascinate, feathers are fetishized, feathers are very much back in fashion. This exhibition takes us back to a time when the wings, bodies and heads of birds were used to adorn hats. Fashioning Feathers… explores the complex geographies of … Continue reading

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Beyond the Academy: Research as Exhibition

I have recently been thinking through the exhibition as a research output while working on the production of Fashioning Feathers: Dead Birds, Millinery Crafts and the Plumage Trade an exhibition I  am co-curating (with Liz Gomez) in association with the Material Culture … Continue reading

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Spectral Geographies and Crafting a Form of Experimental Historiography

“Spectrality effects in place, and differentially in different placings, an unsettling complication of the linear sequence of past, present and future. For Derrida we lack a nuanced sense of history and memory ‘as long as [we rely] on a general … Continue reading

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