When your work's all about physically working with other people, what is it like when that's prevented? Model and presenter Georgia Moot spoke to designer Sinéad O'Dwyer and photographer Ottilie Landmark about how their creative practices have changed during lockdown, in an Instagram Live conversation broadcast at 18:00 BST on Thursday 21 May 2020.
The trio discuss the boundaries between fashion and art, particularly pertinent to O'Dwyer's design practice, as her sculptural body forms were meant to have been displayed in an exhibition in New York (which was cancelled, because of coronavirus).
Landmark explains that lockdown allowed her to experiment with natural lighting and also to teach herself to colour print her own photography, as she was unable to access her usual darkroom.
Watch the full conversation in the video below.