|Dimensions||150 × 200 cm|
Reused plastic, wool, cotton, hemp, linen
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Obrukbar 2019 Handwoven re-used plastic, wool, cotton, hemp and linen. 150 x 200 cmWhen it comes to textiles, there is a vague border between art, craft and product. People often assume textiles have a specific function; that it will be used in some way and is not readily seen as art in the same way as works made of other materials. Its tactile nature separates textiles from other materials and evokes an urge to touch it. This work was created from those observations. ’Obrukbar’ is a woven blend of material which taken together makes it unuseable: wool, cotton, hemp and different kinds of plastic. Even though it has no practical use, it maintains the same characteristics as a piece of fabric. It can be draped, and the contrast between the materials creates a surface which can be understood without the need to be touched.
Born 1990 in Stockholm.
Education Konstfack, BA in fine art 2013-2016 Nyckelviksskolan, textile art 2011-2012 Norra Konstskolan, fine art 2010-2011
Exhibitions “TEXTILT” Örebro konsthall, Örebro 2020 “Vävgruppen Studio Supersju” Västermorrlands muséum, Härnösand 2020 “Butterfingers” Konsthantverkarna, Stockholm 2020 “Malmsten x Studio Supersju” Malmstenbutiken, Stockholm 2019 “Studio Supersjus smeksamma slag” Kaleido Konsthantverk, Uppsala 2019 “Rum för textil konst” exhibition during symposium arranged by Svenska Vävakademin, Konstfack, Stockholm 2019 “Dödligt material” Gustavsbergs Konsthall, 2018 “Vinterskörd18” 125 Kvadrat, Stockholm 2018 “Fuzzy Things” Designgalleriet, Stockholm 2018 “Väv till salu!” Fiberspace Gallery, Stockholm 2017 “Vinterskörd” Kaleido Konsthantverk, Uppsala 2017 “5 Unga” Almgrens sidenväveri och museum, Stockholm 2016 Graduation exhibition, Konstfack 2016
Commissioned work I have work in Örebro municipality’s public art collection since 2020 Cover art to the album “Beloved Exile” by Steve Moore 2019 Art for Printz bageri, Stallarholmen 2016 Childrens workshop during the exhibition Utopian bodies-fashion looks forward, Liljevalchs, Stockholm 2015