Simulated Fashion is an immersive video created by students in Art Foundation’s Time Studio. Each team developed a 30-second 360-degree experience, resulting in 12 collective films, showcasing the Fashion Design Senior collections. Each collection presented a unique narrative, allowing the students to create a world based on an existing concept, while also expanding it. They discovered their individual voices to tell compelling stories using time: merging fashion, new technologies and filmmaking.
Hadeer Omar (EG)
Time Studio extends the fields of art and design through time-based media: film, video, and sound – investigating the historically underrepresented impulses of theatricality and performance. Students use video as a primary tool but address larger issues of ephemerality, duration and the moving image. The studio is led by Assistant Professor Hadeer Omar.