Bolor Amgalan is an experimental anti-disciplinary designer exploring materiality at the intersection of digital and physical, as well as natural and synthetic. She started out as a zero-waste fashion designer and later developed her practice further at Central Saint Martins using speculative design narratives aided by programming. The human body is a starting point in many of Bolor's projects which aim to critically interrogate the various implications of emerging technologies, while at the same time hinting at possible future alternatives. Bolor's work has been exhibited internationally including in Sydney, London, Dubai, Shanghai, Milan, Eindhoven, and most recently in New York City.
Bolor's current research investigates the role of traditional textile techniques for scaffold making, in different contexts and across different scales. At the same time, she is pursuing an MFA in Design and Technology at The New School, where she is heavily invested in investigating the future of work in relation to both the ecological and technological changes happening around us.
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