2017 Exhibition in Motion Call for Entries Unmasked: Conceal and Reveal

A call for wearable objects that conceal and reveal on the runway!

Accepting drawings and design concepts as well as images of completed pieces. You DO NOT have to have your piece completed to enter!

It’s a classic occurrence on the runway. The model walks to one end and does something as simple as taking a layer off, such as a jacket, or as complicated as untying a few holds and showing something completely new and unexpected.

For 2017’s Exhibition in Motion we are looking for large-scale wearable pieces that incorporate an element of transformation. The wearer must be able to perform the transformation on the runway with little to no assistance and be as smooth as possible. Pieces can be singular or segments can be removed and left at a drop off point along the runway. Transformations must be as smooth as possible.

Building on the success of 2016, we are looking for large-scale work that will stand out on the runway – think in feet not inches!

Partners, small groups and class proposals are encouraged.

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