I am very glad to announce one of my  ‘Space is the place’ scenic fashion pieces is being exhibited at Klimafestivalen § 112 in Oslo, Norway where Universal Love has gathered the unique scenic fashion work of amazing artists like Deneth, Sophie Guyot, Mona Luison, Sally Ruddock and Toubab Paris in an itinerant exhibition called ‘Parures’ ( ‘Fineries’ in French) to give talks about slow fashion craftmanship and its repercussion on the sustainability of this home we call planet.

This time the exhibition is framed under an event called Frozen Catwalk to rethink fashion challenging fast fashion culture and throwaway society with the collaboration of Fashion Revolution Norway. The huge footprint of fashion industry frozen in time to rethink how the industry can make an impact in the future of sustainability.

Parures Frozen Catwalk is an exhibition where the catwalk freeze in a moment of reflection to discuss climate and environmental actions. How can the industry change and become more sustainable? How can the Norwegian fashion industry go forefront and provide pathways for tomorrow’s designers? How can the consumers contribute? A discussion about the entire circular value chain from materials, production and recycle culture.

You can visit at Sentralen till January 28th.

My whole first scenic fashion collection ‘Space is the place’ will be launched very soon.

2017 footage on Parures itinerant exhibition: 

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by Cristina Morales

Cristina Morales is a London-based Spanish-born cultural activist. Interested in deepening her knowledge of human beings she studied a BA in Social and Cultural Anthropology in the University of Barcelona where, along other experiences, she developed her political consciousness. With a passion for art/creativity as our human expressive language by excellence and our best asset to question, imagine, create and inhabit meaning and other realities, she later specialised with a MA in Arts & Culture Production from the Open University of Catalonia becoming a social practice curator, writer and self-taught artist linking art with politics. She works since then for freelance projects and public, private and nonprofit organisations using arts & culture as an agency tool to challenge society specialising in identity, decolonialism and community development. Examples of such projects and organisations include HostelArt, Ribermusica and Interarts in Barcelona or Black Cultural Archives, Peckham Platform, Mahogany Carnival Arts and Haringey Arts in London to mention a few. In addition to being the founding curator of the first decolonial thinktank mapping Cultural Activism worldwide Counterspace, and the founding artist of the Situationist brand of political designs and performances Totem Taboo, she also writes punctually specialising in Decolonialism and Counterculture, Social Practice, and African and African Diaspora arts & culture, for media such as Voces, Wiriko and Radio Africa. www.moralescristina.com