Yes, another miniseries! In this introductory episode, Dennis talks to master student Lindy Boerman, who made the three part series Moral Shame Talks for Radio ArtEZ. Moral Shame Talks is a podcast series of three episodes that explores the complexities of consumers’ moral shame in the context of the sustainability debate within the fashion industry. By tackling moral shame –a form of shame that consumers experience in their consumer behaviour while knowing they are not making sustainable choices – stories can be told about the complexity and systemics of the fashion industry and the sustainability debate in it. In the podcast series Lindy Boerman, finals student of the ArtEZ Master Fashion Strategy, collects different ideas, critical perspectives and personal thoughts. By including personal stories consumers have about moral shame and reflecting on this together with people from various professional background and with various perspectives she gives meaning to, and places moral shame in the contemporary context.
If you want to be part of the project, please visit this Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/moral_shame_tales/
And if you want to read more about Lindy’s project called Moral shame talks tells and tales, please visit: www.lindyboerman.nl Lindy explored the complexity of consumers’ moral shame in her master’s thesis that is the theoretical backbone of the podcast and can be read through Studium Generale's website. Radio ArtEZ is produced by Ondercast for Studium Generale ArtEZ. Studium Generale curator for this series: Catelijne de Muijnck