|Creators:||Storey, Helen and Storey, Kate|
|Group or Collective Creators:||Belford Prints|
A collection of clothes, which elucidate the first 1,000 hours of human life in fashion and textiles. This collection has been touring for 11 years, and has been seen by 5 million people in 8 countries.
Helen Storey ran a workshop within this exhibition.
|Type of Research:||Show/Exhibition|
|Additional Information (Publicly available):|
• New technologies in the sciences and arts
My work widely spans the arts, sciences and new technology fields. I produce projects which illuminate aspects of science and well being in ways that directly interact with the public, with the broad aim of helping individuals reach their full creative potential. More recently I have begun to focus my creative energy on working in collaboration with other Universities to solve global problems.
|Your affiliations with UAL:||Colleges > London College of Fashion|
|Date:||08 October 2008|
|Funders:||Wellcome Trust, Calouste Gulbenkian , Dept of Science and Technology, Creative Partnerships, London South, Creative Partnerships East Midlands, Creative Youth Partnerships (CYP NI) Northern Ireland, Chelsea and Westminster Health Charity, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Wellcome Trust, Extension Award , HEIF via University of Sheffield, Centre for Life Newcastle, In kind support/donation: DED, Science Learning Centre Newcastle, The University of Sheffield, Corner House Manchester, Museum of Costume Bath, Design Council, Pfizer, Natural History Museum , British Council|
|Related Websites:||http://www.helenstoreyfoundation.org/pro2.htm, http://www.primitive-streak.org|
|Related Exhibitions:||September 2009: Great North Museum, October to December 2008: University of Ulster (main building) with Creative Youth Partnerships Northern Ireland and the University of Ulster, September 2006 to July 2007: Derby: University of Derby, College of Art Building, September 2005 to July 2006: Churchfield School South London, February – May 2005: Textile and costume Museum, Barcelona , February 17 – March 5 2004: University of West England, August 2 - August 24 2003: The Arches, Argyle St, Glasgow, June 11 - July 6 2003 Castle Fraser, The National Trust of Scotland Inverurie, Aberdeenshire , April 19 - May 18 2003: Somerset House, King’s College, London DNA 50 celebration , August 2002: Eden Project Cornwall 16 pieces , July 20 - Aug 31 2002: Middlesborough Art Gallery: Fluids exhibition, Sperm Cage , April 24 - May 4 2002: Dundee Contemporary Arts Gallery , 16 pieces, Lecture 23rd April , April 15 - May 17 2002: Howard Gardens Gallery, University of Mid Wales, Fluid - Sperm cage , 19-23rd March 2002: York University, Feb 4th - March 1st 2002: Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham, January 2002 : Guy’s Hospital , October 2001: King’s College London, 15 Sept - 24 Nov 2001: Wolverhampton Art Centre: ‘Fluids’, July 9th- 27th 2001 London College of Fashion, June - October 2000 Expo 2000 Hanover , 19 July - 27 August 2000: Midland Arts Centre (MAC), Birmingham, March - September 2000: San Francisco Exploratorium, June 17th -Aug 13th 2000 : Museum of Zoology, Cambridge , January 7th -30th 2000: Oksnehallen, Copenhagen, Denmark , Summer 1999: World Finance Centre, New York, Spring Summer 1999 Mystic Art Association, Connecticut, February 12-April 11 Museum of Costume, Bath, October 1998 Beijing and Shanghai, September 1998 Pfizer/RCA, London 1 day event, Feb 19 - May 16 1999 The Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg, Germany, Oct 8-Jan 11 1999 The Hayward Gallery, London., Aug 28-Sept 18 1998 Quartier 206, Berlin, July18 -Aug 22 1998 Cornerhouse, Manchester , May 10- 15 1998 Tel Aviv Opera House, Israel , March 16-25 1998: Pfizer Headquarters, Sandwich, Kent, October 1997: Institute of Contemporary Arts, London|
|Event Location:||University of Ulster, Belfast|
|Projects or Series:||Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)|
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|Deposited By:||Camilla Palestra|
|Deposited On:||21 Feb 2011 14:10|
|Last Modified:||05 Sep 2012 13:54|