Sustainability, Openness and P2P Production in the World of Fashion
* Research report: “OpenWear. Sustainability, Openness and P2P production in the world of fashion”. EDUfashion project, 2010. Curated by Bertram Niessen.
(It is released under Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.)
"The report has been realized with the contribution of: Studio Poper, Ljubljana; Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Milan; Copenhagen Business School, Center for Creative Encounters, Copenhagen; Ethical Economy, London; Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engeneering, University of Ljubljana."
Chapter 1: A path towards networked artisans (by Bertram Niessen)
Chapter 2: Studying the structure of the fashion system (by Oleg Koefoed and Lise Skov)
Chapter 3: Open Source, p2p, social innovation and clothing (by Bertram Niessen)
Chapter 4: Sustainability in fashion (by Oleg Koefoed and Lise Skov)
Chapter 5: Interviews
- Open-p2p-design. Massimo Menichinelli, participated future (Txt: Bertram Niessen)
- Small creative entrepreneurs on a conference in Seattle. An interview with Andrea Porter (Txt: Alessandro Delfanti)
- Small creative entrepreneurs on a conference in Seattle. An interview with Laura Venell (Txt: Alessandro Delfanti)
- Consumer’s new clothes. An interview with Clean Clothes Campaign in Italy (Txt: Zoe Romano)
- “Made by hand. Searching for meaning in a throwaway world”. An Interview with Mark Frauenfelder (Txt: Bertram Niessen)
- The renaissance in the world of craft An interview with Becky Stern (Txt: Bertram Niessen)
- P2P, clothing and material production. An interview with Michel Bauwens (Txt: Bertram Niessen and Zoe Romano)