Materials Science Research Centre
Materials Science Research Centre PhD, 2020–
Carmem Saito is a brazilian researcher and designer based in Berlin.
Currently she is undertaking PhD research that explores how to inscribe fashion tacit knowledge in digital fashion consumption experiences. Her interests are in exploring fashion and power in global and digital contexts, with a specific focus on the sensing body, touch and materiality.
- BA Fashion Design, Faculdade Santa Marcelina, 2010; MA Integrated Design, Hochschule für Künste Bremen, 2015
- Petreca, B., Saito, C., Yu, X., Baurley, S., Bianchi-Berthouze, N., Brown, A.,Cox, J., Glancy, M. 2017. Radically Relational: Using Textiles As A Platform To Develop Methods For Embodied Design Processes. In the Proceedings of the International Conference
- Petreca, B., Saito, C., Baurley, S., Atkinson, D., Yu, X., Bianchi-Berthouze, N. 2018. Radically Relational Tools: A Design Framework to Explore Materials through Embodied Processes. International Journal of Design, Special Issue on Material and Design.; Printed and published illustration for “Digital Bodies: Creativity and Technology in the Arts and Humanities” edited by Susan Broadhurst and Sara Price. Found on chapter “Giving Body to Digital Fashion Tools“ written by Bruna Petreca.