Vivienne’s Creatives

Introducing #ViviennesCreatives, a collaborative project partnering with 6 conceptual artists and activists who are part of Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn- Winter Army of Freedom Fighters.

 

“The Kissing Booth” by Emma Breschi

A series of imagery, celebrating the one thing that seems to connect us all in this crazy post Brexit Trump world…something so powerful and yet simple…a kiss. And with this kiss, we hope that Love will conquer all.

 

“What a mystery! Where is the lost jewel?!” by Jesus Diaz

What a mystery! Where is the lost jewel? Is the last story created by artist Jesús Díaz where punk reborn taking London´s street as form of rebellion in a crazy psychedelic adventure to save humanity from chaos.

“Eggs is Eggs” by Joe Sweeney

Joe’s three 1-minute videos reflect his work as an artist, taking a sardonic look at domestic consumption and consumerism and relentless regeneration. The snapshot style of the project emphases the ‘fleetingness’ of modern life and the abundance of ephemera that viewpoint leaves behind.

 

“Buy Less, Choose Well, Make it Last (A Love Story)” by Orla

A couple enjoys the sun, tends to their plants and hangs up the laundry. They aim to contribute to making the planet healthier together through everyday living and by following Westwood’s ethos; “choose well, buy less, make it last”. Each scene corresponds to each part of the ethos, providing a romantic subtext.

“Fanzine Riot 667” by Johan

Johan wanted to create a fun and chaotic fanzine and put forward his point of view on prime contemporary issues such as the plastic contamination and our current need to go green.

Using the pieces from Vivienne Westwood AW1819, he has created an environmentally conscientious family who is active in this fight. Their approach stems from a punkcore perspective to combat a world that is increasingly more controlling and surveilled. In previous times of social re-evaluation, this DIY format has proven to be an effective way of communication between various subcultures who rebel against the norms of mainstream society.

‘Don’t be satisfied with what we write. Go out and start your own fanzine’.
Sniffin Glue (1976)

“Josh Quinton’s Mood Medicine” by Josh Quinton

Josh Quinton’s Mood Medicine, a collaboration between Robert Fox & Josh Quinton, is a series of self-help dance videos. The series is intended to cure your modern day ailments & relieve yourself through the power of movement & DANCE.

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