In a follow-up to his installation at Milan Design Week in 2012, Bart Hess is back again this year with 'Work with me People.'
Bart Hess is a textile and fashion designer himself, so to show people the sources of many of the clothing items people buy every day, he decided to set up an interactive sweatshop-like installation. People could come by and participate in the making of clothes and ask questions, improving the general knowledge of what it actually takes to move a design from conception to production. Hess hopes that people will learn from this installation, and understand the amount of work that goes into producing products for the masses. Perhaps it will shed light on the condition of some of these places too. Photo Credits: designboom, barthess.nl
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