CATWALK COLLECTIONS BY BRUCE ASBESTOS

A/W 2022 COLLECTION

The Holden Gallery presents Bruce Asbestos’ A/W 2022 catwalk, live in the gallery.

 

Drawing on the intersection between art, fashion, performance and pop culture, his hand-made sculptural outfits flip high fashion on its head, boasting a fantastical absurdity which is unmistakable to Bruce Asbestos’ arresting artistic identity.

 

Expect references from pop culture iconography and folklore combined with Bruce’s distinctive inflatable sculptures.

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CRUISE COLLECTION 2021

Informed by a research trip through the UK, US and China the work muses on the power of cultural identity within a globalised visual culture and will feature wild interpretations of pop cultural icons, often from the perspective as an outsider.

 

Expect references from anything from Sci-fi films to Shakespeare’s Macbeth including Bruce's recurring motif of the ‘Eye of Newt’.

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S/S 2021 COLLECTION

S/S 2021 employs experimental 3D modelling and rendering to create a playful digital catwalk for his Bruce Asbestos' Spring/Summer collection.

 

Informed by research trips to New York City, Chicago and Philadelphia combined with Asbestos’s love of American pop culture, the outfits shown on the catwalk muse on the power of cultural identity within a globalised visual culture.

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S/S 2020 COLLECTION

The collection utilises video game technology to generate ready-to-wear looks. Unlikely accessories, objects, shapes and motifs are combined into assemblages of creative possibilities and impossibilities.

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BRUCE ASBESTOS X JULIANA SISSONS

Design and Production: Bruce Asbestos and Juliana Sissons 
 

Models: Matteo, Charlie, Paud, Wingshan, Katie, Row, Virgilio, Alison, Christos and Bruce 
 

Photography and Video: Reece Straw
 

Makeup: Christos Gkenoudis
 

Filmed at: Primary, 22nd August 2019

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A/W 2018 COLLECTION

Based on Hansel & Gretel, a traditional folk story made popular by the Brothers Grimm the event will showcase new outrageous outfits, complicated characters and beautiful ready-to-wear clothes.

 

The performative event will focus on the transformative nature of things in the story; houses can be made of food, birds can be used as boats and children can become murderers.

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