Students in the Body Garment Track at Parsons IDC present:

by Angeli Sion

Under the theme of love, a group of fourteen emerging artists will present and perform their varied works at Dacia Gallery on the Lower East Side this Saturday, December 11th. The presentation will traverse across diverse media such as video, performance, fashion, books, dolls, zines and illustration.

As students in the Body Garment Track in the Integrated Design Curriculum at Parsons New School for Design, they take inspiration for the exhibition’s theme from their core studio titled Love. They describe Love as a “Collaborative collision collage of mammoth love-orgy proportions between 14 creative beings – alive, afoot, and well prepared to be inspired” under the direction of artists and fashion designers Susan Cianciolo and Gabriel Asfour.

The event is from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM at Dacia Gallery on 53 Stanton Street between Eldridge and Forsyth.

For more information, please visit Dacia Gallery’s website

Posted in Designers, Exhibitions, Performance, Research/University Programmes, Sustainable Fashion

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