Friday 13 March 2020
A modern day tale of trash. Presented to you by Fast Fashun and friends.
We invite you, all who wear clothes and produce trash.
Come one, come all.
Let’s talk trash. Let’s talk rubbish. Let’s talk fashun.
Let’s come together and lament the state of things.
Set in the remains of a converted textile factory, find yourself surrounded by over a tonne of clothing and textiles otherwise destined for landfill. Just a drop in our collective ocean of waste that sees 6 tonnes of clothing and textiles meet landfills every 10 minutes in this country alone.
Artists, activists, designers, stylists and participants of Fast Fashun 2.0 2.0 have prepared a wondrous evening of total rubbish performances, rubbish fashun, rubbish models, rubbish stories, rubbish speeches and rubbish installations. All complete and utter rubbish.
Pay good money to see actual rubbish. You will not be disappointed.
Featuring work by:
Claire I. Bostock
Matt Gove from Arts Project Australia
Mira Melaluca // Trash Mystique
Paul Hodges from Arts Project Australia
Sarah Seahorse and Helen Metcalf
Tenfingerz and Famous Artist Sebastian Berto
Fast Fashun 2.0 2.0 participants
Limited tickets available:
Companion cards accepted.
Please get in contact if you cannot afford a ticket and we will send one through free of charge.
Venue is wheelchair accessible.
If you would like us to arrange an AUSLAN interpreter please get in contact.
There will be loud music and lots of movement in the space. If this sounds unsuitable, but you’re interested in the Fast Fashun project we also have a free low key, low sensory, crafting event you might like to attend on 8th of March. Details here: www.fastfashun.com
If you have any other enquires please get in contact with Tenfingerz
This event is part of Fast Fashun 2.0 2.0. Supported by the City of Yarra and Creative Victoria. It features as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival’s Arts Program.
Trashion Statement and Fast Fashun 2.0 2.0, as well as the whole of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, takes place on the stolen lands of the people of the Kulin nation.
Location & Contacts
Date and time:
7pm - 9pm
Friday 13 March 2020
School House Studios, 81 Rupert Street, Collingwood.