Conversations in Modernism

The third conversation

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In our final episode of Conversations in Modernism we joined together sartorial and cultural raconteur Jason Jules and artist Justin Hibbs to talk about what they know best - the discussion certainly went deep. From modern architecture and art's failures and the liberation of expressing one's style to the meaning and value given to fashion by certain groups of people, this captivating conversation is well worth a look.

One of the things we love about modernism is that it means a lot of things to a lot of different people. For some, it refers to specific movements within arts and culture, whilst for others it’s simply about breaking tradition.

Through the bringing together three pairs of creatives at the top of their respective fields, this debate has been brought to life: What does modernism mean to you?

When it came to it, our Conversations in Modernism ended up exploring a lot more than they set out to. Our Modernists delved into subjects such as what it means to be creative in a modern world, questioned how craftsmanship can survive the digital revolution, and whether it’s possible to push things forward whilst still paying respect to the past.

Carefully curated in order to generate vibrant discussion, each conversation has been summarised in a short film and, for those who like to dig a little deeper, an in-depth editorial feature.

Read more of the third conversation here...

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