Aftermath is out of time and designer Jocelyn Warner flies by
Time has flown by, Aftermath: Objects From Projects has come to an end, and CHELSEA space now looks forward to our next show, Roger Ackling Down To Earth, which opens with a private view on Tuesday 21st June.
We had a fantastic response to Aftermath with many great visitors and in the last week we were very pleased to see the repected British designer Jocelyn Warner.
Jocelyn Warner studied textiles at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in the 1980′s and has long been known for her distinctive patterns based on natural forms together with her interest in craft based techniques, rich textures, and an insistence on working with British manufacturers. The daughter of an architect, and brought up in a house that he designed, the influence of Modernism also pervades her work.
Warner studied textiles at Camberwell at the same time as fashion designers Olaf and Su Parker of Burro the subject of CHELSEA space exhibition #18 Burro: I Feel Alright and they have kept their connection to this day.
Sometime after her Camberwell days , Warner studied Computer-aided Design and Digital Printing for Textiles at St Martins. The current Jocelyn Warner design studio was established in 1999 and is based at 23 Links Yard, Spelman Street, near Brick Lane in London’s East End.