Diagrammatic Manifestos: Fashion Photography Beyond Womenswear / Menswear


☞ Eight interviews of London-based fashion producers are transcribed in the form of diagrams across multiple pages in this installation about their work to challenge the distinction of womenswear and menswear. 

⟶ Exhibited at Viral, Le Signe, for the graphic design biennale at Chaumont, France, 2020



Diagrammatic Manifestos: Fashion Photography Beyond Womenswear / Menswear


☞ Four posters commissioned for the exhibition Designs For Different Futures based on interviews with fashion producers challenging heteronormative representations of gender and sexuality in fashion. The interviews and manifestos were initially done for my MA dissertation.

⟶ Exhibited at Designs For Different Futures, Philadelphia Museum of Arts (2019), Art Institute of Chicago (2020), and Walker Art Center (2021),US




Diagrammatic Manifestos:

A Method for Studying the Fluidity of Gender in the Production of Fashion Photography


☞ An article reflecting the the method of Diagrammatic Manifestos I developped in my MA dissertation in Visual Sociology. The method consists of editing manifestos with participants through a series of 2 to 3 interviews, expressing each of their unique approach to challenge fashion beyond womenswear and menswear.

⟶ Published in the peer-reviewed journal Fashion Studies, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2020



Diagramming Fluidity: Designing a Research Method


☞ An expanded version of my MA dissertation was published as a riso-printed book, reflecting on the design of my research method and findings.

⟶ Published with Onomatopee, 1st edition in 2020 and 2nd edition in 2021