Tate Modern Workshop

Enclothed Cognition With A Vibe Called Tech

Enclothed Cognition

Explore how we can leverage technology to create contact zones through collaboration and play

Join an introduction to how we make patterns and then create your own moodboard inspired by themes of power, technology, architecture and home. This will be followed by exercises in creating your own patterns by reworking existing Enclothed Cognition designs, collaging and drawing.

Outside of the workshop, create bespoke patterns by reworking the wall displays prompted by ideas around power and technology.

This event is part of Black Creativity & Technology with A Vibe Called Tech, a series exploring the intersections of technology, race, and creative expression.

About Enclothed Cognition

Enclothed Cognition is a collaborative project from Dutch fashion designer Bregje Cox and Barbadian visual artist Mark King. The collection is primarily inspired by the behavioral psychological theory of Enclothed Cognition. Particularly how a garment’s symbolic meaning paired with the physical experience of wearing the garment combines to impact the wearer’s performance in everyday tasks. Enclothed Cognition seeks to empower others by bringing awareness to the interplay between the clothes we wear, the built environment and the human mind.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

24 October 2019 at 12.00–18.00

12.00-14.00 - Moodboard workshop

15.00-18.00 - Pattern workshop