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In 2017/18 we are collating new data and partnerships for the next stages of the project – the next phase requires collaboration for a large scale trial in a city. There is therefore no current activity of the project in the public domain, other than for exhibition purposes.   
For more general background information and loans of work contact Caroline Coates 

For press and media enquiries contact 
r.b.munro@fashion.arts.ac.uk

For other Helen Storey Foundation Projects




Catalytic Clothing is a partnership
between The University of Sheffield,
University of the Arts London /
London College of Fashion





 


London. Euston Square

A small scale FIELD OF JEANS was shown in Euston Square NW1, at the junction of Melton Street on Thursday 20th October from 8am to dusk.

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Nearest tube: Euston / Euston Square




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London. Chelsea College of Art

FIELD OF JEANS was shown in the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London from 3pm Thursday 15th September - 6pm Wednesday 21st September.

The parade ground is open daily until dusk.

Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground
Chelsea College of Art & Design
16 John Islip Street
London
SW1 4RJ

Nearest tube: Pimlico

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For more information on Chelsea College of Art & Design see chelsea.arts.ac.uk



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'Field of Jeans' Stereographic, Chelsea College of Art by DED






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Sheffield

FIELD OF JEANS was shown in The Winter Garden, Sheffield from Monday Sept 12th - 5pm Tuesday 13th. Due to high winds the planned installation in the Peace Gardens was cancelled.

The Winter Garden is open from 8am - 8pm (Mon - Sat)

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Winter Garden
Peace Gardens


For more information about Sheffield's Gardens see sheffield.gov.uk







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Newcastle

FIELD OF JEANS: this art intervention further illustrated ideas behind this pioneering research project exploring and introducing the idea that everyday clothing and textiles can purify the air we breathe.
They are potentially the world’s first air purifying jeans.

FIELD OF JEANS was first shown at Newcastle University, 15th March - 22nd March

'Field of Jeans' - Newcastle






Web/Design: DED Associates