Wei-Chi Su (1997) is a critical fashion practitioner from Taiwan based in Arnhem. She explores how to redesign Western dominated fashion educational practices and its effects on colonial aesthetics. She believes that recognising the differences will give us an option to confront the classification and ranking of people and regions which are the cornerstone of colonialism.
Centring the Vomit is a project that has a decolonial approach, challenging the cultural hierarchy in fashion design education. This project provides people, especially fashion students, with a self-organised educational method raising awareness of the dominant Eurocentric perspective.