Bridging Art and Technology in the Fashion Industry: A Conversation with Ganit Goldstein
In the fashion industry, thanks to the use of 3D body scan it is possible to create 3D printed customised garments and new adaptable textile. Data Aided Design was able to connect with Ganit Goldstein to discuss her design approach to generate new textiles and garments thanks to the use of latest technologies. She graduated with distinction from the Bezalel Academy of Arts in Design in Jerusalem and majored in the department of Fashion and Jewelry and she is now studying a MA at the Royal College of Arts in London, specializing in smart textile developments as part of the Soft System program. Over the last couple of years, she participated in international exhibitions during Milan Design Week, New York Textile Month, Ars Electronica festival in Linz, Hong Kong Fashion Week, Munich Jewelry week, and more. She also received the horizon 2020 Re-FREAM grant, to work together with scientists and technology companies on developing new production methods and rethinking how to produce new fashion designs. Her latest collection called ‘WeAreAble’ presents a unique approach of using 3D body scan and 3D printing to produce customized garments transforming body data to generate new textiles.