In between light - materiality and rhythm
Plenitude is the collective name for a series of exhibitions and collaborations between visual artists and designers related to Sweden and Japan. The common for the participants is that they in their artistic practices in different ways and to varying degrees works with or relate to the concept of shibori. Shibori is originally a traditional Japanese crafts and design concepts, with meanings that twist, push, tie and tighten, but is now used as a unifying umbrella term that denotes both the international expression technology. Shibori includes a variety of ways to color, pattern and shape (textile) materials or to transform them into more conceptual sense. The first exhibition was held 4-20th October 2013 in Tokyo. In connection with the opening was held a public program of lectures and artist talks. The exhibition was attended by about 1,000 people and got a lot of attention in Japanese fiber art and textile design circuits.
Sound works by Kim Hedås.
The exhibition is curated by Elsa Chartin and Åsa Pärson
Project manager is Anna Sjöberg.
The exhibition is presented in collaboration with the art gallery Galleri Verkligheten.
|Sat Jun 14 - Mon Jul 14 2014||Verkligheten Art Space|
Part of a project:
Tokyo Style 2014