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Dipartimento di Architecture and Arts

Anno accademico 2017/2018

CONCEPT DESIGN [ B04025 ]

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Corso di studio FASHION DESIGN AND MULTIMEDIA ARTS


Ordinamento FASHION DESIGN AND MULTIMEDIA ARTS
Percorso DESIGN DELLA MODA

Docenti: GABRIELE MONTI (Tit.)

Numero ore: 45

Periodo: Second semester

Crediti: 8

Settori: ICAR/13

Obiettivi formativi
Through direct observations and theoretical considerations during lessons, this teaching offers a specific know-how
to design new concepts and to communicate them. Students get the chance to work in team in order to visualize
imageries and solutions, which give their designs both significance and identity.

Prerequisiti
None.

Contenuti del corso


This teaching asks students to actively think about the relation between design practices and design thinking.
Students are invited to work on concepts and imageries which guide each project, and which need to be structured
and defined through iconographic research and a representative title.
The teaching will clarify the relation between Concept Design and the making of a portfolio, and it will also deal with
Concept Design and its relations with Fashion Curating (and self-curating as well).

Metodi didattici
Frontal lessons, special lectures, exercises.

Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento


The exam will consider all the exercises and assignments during the teaching. The exam will be an oral interview on
a selection of the bibliographical references made by the student and on the issues and examples discussed in
class. A team exercise devoted to a fashion editorial will be part of the evaluation as well.

Testi di riferimento
Essential bibliography
(other titles will be added during lessons):

_ "Art, fashion, and work for hire: Thomas Demand, Peter Saville, Hedi Slimane, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Cristina
Bechtler in conversation", Wien-New York, Springer, 2008

_ Mark Atkinson, "How to Create Your Final Collection: A Fashion Student's Handbook", London, Laurence King,
2012

_ Katie Baron, "Stylists: New Fashion Visionaries", London, Laurence King, 2012

_ Stella Bruzzi, Pamela Church Gibson (a cura di), "Fashion Cultures Revisited", London-New York, Routledge,

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2013

_ Joanne Ciresi Barrett, "Designing Your Fashion Portfolio", New York, Fairchild, 2013

_ Judith Clark, Amy De La Haye, "Exhibiting Fashion: Before and After 1971", New Haven-London. Yale University
Press, 2014

_ Judith Clark, Maria Luisa Frisa, "Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland", pubblicato in occasione della mostra
(Venezia, Palazzo Fortuny, 10 marzo-25 giugno 2012), Venezia, Marsilio, 2012

_ Gianfranco Ferré, "Lezioni di moda", a cura di Maria Luisa Frisa, Venezia-Firenze, Marsilio-Fondazione Pitti
discovery, 2009

_ Jean-Marie Floch, "Identità visive: Costruire l’identità a partire dai segni", Milano, Franco Angeli, 2002

_ Maria Luisa Frisa, Gabriele Monti, Stefano Tonchi (a cura di), "Bellissima. Italy and High Fashion 1945-1968. An
Illustrated Catalog", catalogo della mostra, Venezia-Fort Lauderdale, Bruno-NSU Art Museum, 2016

_ Maria Luisa Frisa, "Le forme della moda", Bologna, Il Mulino, 2015

_ Jay Hess, Simone Pasztorek, "Grafica per la moda", Modena, Logos, 2010 [traduzione di Graphic design for
fashion]

_ Richard Martin, “Addressing the Dress”, in Maurice Berger (a cura di), "The Crisis of Criticism", New York, The
New Press, 1998, pp. 51-70

_ Stefano Tonchi (A cura di), "W: Stories", New York, Abrams, 2014

_ Linda Welters, Abby Lillethun (a cura di), "The fashion reader", Oxford-New York, Berg, 2011, 2nd edition

_ Olivier Zahm, Elein Fleiss (a cura di), "Purple Anthology: Art Prose Fashion Music Architecture Sex", New York,
Rizzoli International, 2008

Altre informazioni
Students can meet the teacher at the end of each lesson, or through appointment via e-mail monti@iuav.it

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