New technologies expand how artists and designers can turn imagination into reality
Methods and means are always evolving. From digital frontiers to biological borderlands, we push emerging technologies to discover new applications and expressions.
Introducing the Grow Lab
Here, students are exposed to scientific principles, experimental design and the profound sense of wonder that comes from studying the natural world. growing bacteria and yeast, propagating plants or running bioreactors.
What does a sustainable material revolution look like? Billie Coxhead, Co-ordinator of the Materials and Products Collection, talks through some recent acquisitions from algae blooms and bacteria to abattoir waste.
We join the dots in Show Two: Design by exploring two projects that show alternative perspectives on automation
Future Care: Curating the Virtual
Judy Willcocks, Head of Museum & Study Collection at Central Saint Martins, explains how one student’s work began a vital conversation with Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum and BFI on the preservation of virtual reality.
We talk to Elissa Brunato, a recent MA Material Futures graduate exhibiting in Designing in Turbulent Times, about designing an alternative sequin
MA Fashion Show 2019 was the world's first mixed reality fashion show in 5G in partnership with Three.
MA Fashion: Leeann Huang
Joint winner of the L’Oréal Professionnel Creative Award, Leeann Huang combines retro concepts of the future with cartoon glam and vacuum moulding.
MA Fashion: Sarah McCormack
Joint winner of this year’s L’Oréal Professionnel Creative Award, Sarah McCormack talks about her final collection and the paranoia of perception.
One of Germany’s biggest broadsheets devotes 46 pages to Central Saint Martins, calling us "the most exciting art college in the world".
MA Fashion Show 2020
Last night, 21 graduating MA Fashion students unveiled their collections with two designers named the winners of the L’Oréal Professionnel Creative Award.