Job: Senior Lecturer - Printed Textiles
Faculty: Arts, Design and Humanities
School/department: School of Design
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, UK, LE1 9BH
T: +44 (0)116 257 7587
Claire Lerpiniere is involved with the practice and theory of drawing and textile design. She is currently researching the use of phenomenological research methods as tools to investigate user-interaction and engagement with textiles. Areas of expertise and research interest include drawing, textiles, design pedagogy, and phenomenological research methods.
Click here for a full listing of Claire Lerpiniere's publications and outputs.
'The Fabric Snapshot – Phenomenology, Fashion, and Family Memory'. In: E. Rouse, (ed). IFFTI 2009: Fashion & Wellbeing? Proceedings of the 2009 International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes Conference, April 2-3, London, pp.279-290.
'The Inspiration Board: Visually Evidencing the Hermeneutic Circle'. In: Wade, Sally and Walton, Kerry (eds.) Futurescan: Mapping the Territory, Proceedings of the 2009 Association of Fashion and Textiles Courses Conference, November 17-18 2009, Liverpool, pp.24-29.
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