Workshop: Quilting

Workshop: Quilting

In this series of textile craft workshops, we’ll visit some of the foremost artisans in Sweden and learn a little history and the basics in tulle embroidery, quilting, weaving, printing and stranded knitting. The workshops are a mix between a studio visit, artist talk and workshop that you can follow along with - full of tips and inspiration! Featuring Katarina Evans, Kerstin Neumüller, Linnea Blomgren, Elsa Chartin and Anna Bauer. The workshop can be rented for 72 hours, meaning that you can take a break whenever you need to.

In this quilting workshop, we will visit textile creative and author Kerstin Neumüller, and get a little quilting history, tips and inspiration; before we dive into our project. Join us by pressing the “Rent” button in the right hand corner!

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Workshop: Tulle Embroidery

Workshop: Tulle Embroidery

In this series of textile craft workshops, we’ll visit some of the foremost artisans in Sweden and learn a little history and the basics in tulle embroidery, quilting, weaving, printing and stranded knitting. The workshops are a mix between a studio visit, artist talk and workshop that you can follow along with - full of tips and inspiration! Featuring Katarina Evans, Kerstin Neumüller, Linnea Blomgren, Elsa Chartin and Anna Bauer. The workshop can be rented for 72 hours, meaning that you can take a break whenever you need to.

In this tulle embroidery workshop, we will visit Master Embroiderer Katarina Evans at Handarbetets Vänner, and learn a little about the history of white embroidery and tulle embroidery, before we dive into our project. Join us by pressing the “Rent” button in the right hand corner!

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Webinar 3: Textile + Fiber Design - Collaborating with Nature

Webinar 3: Textile + Fiber Design - Collaborating with Nature

Is biodesign within textiles and fibers the way to a the sustainable future? What can designers learn from nature? How can designers collaborate with nature in their design processes? In this webinar, three research projects will be presented that will answer these questions and more. Designer Linda Nurk will present her project, Couture Vivante: bio-grown fashion, where she combines the raw elements of nature with couture through the development of home- grown bio-textiles and urban micro-farming of silkworms. Designers Laura Luchtman and Ilfa Siebenhaar will present their research project, Living Colour, which explores the possibilities of natural textile dyeing with bacteria that produce pigment. They aim to draw attention to the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration, in their case a combination of design and bioscience. Dr Mitchell Jones is a postdoctoral researcher at the Materials Science and Technology Institute at TU Wien, the University of Technology in Vienna. He will give insights into his research on fungi-derived leather-like materials and soft foams for fashion, product design and architectural applications. Join us for this webinar held on the 17th May 2021 at 18:00, the last in a series of webinars made possible by the generous support of Kulturförvaltningen Stockholm Stad.

Watch the trailer here below! To watch the full video, please follow the streaming link in the top right hand corner.

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Webinar 2: Textile Architecture

Webinar 2: Textile Architecture

What is textile architecture and what could it be? In the research project “Urban Materiality – Towards New Collaborations in Textile and Architectural Design”, two architects and a textile designer have collaborated to improve the acoustic qualities in urban environments. Kristina Fridh, architect, PhD and researcher, Professor of Interior Architecture, Konstfack (University of Arts, Crafts and Design); Margareta Zetterblom, textile designer, PhD and researcher, Senior Lecturer, The Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås; and Paula Femenías, architect, PhD and researcher, Professor, Building Design, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, presented their research paper “Textile Architecture – about sound absorbing facades and textiles in urban landscapes” during this webinar on Tuesday 13th April 2021.

Watch the trailer here below! To watch the full video, please follow the streaming link in the top right hand corner.

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Webinar 1: Textile Art, Craft + Design

Webinar 1: Textile Art, Craft + Design

What is the role of textiles in the world today and in the future? To discuss possible answers to this question, Fiberspace invited Jessica Hemmings, Textile Writer & Professor of Craft and Vice-Prefect of Research HDK, Bella Rune, Artist & Professor of Fine Art, Textiles, Konstfack, Åsa Pärson, Master Weaver and Delia Dumitrescu, Professor & Manager of the Smart Textiles Design Lab, Borås Textilhögskolan to a webinar on International Women’s Day, the 8th of March 2021. This was the first in a series of webinars made possible by the support of Kulturförvaltningen Stockholm Stad.

Watch the trailer here below! To watch the full video, please follow the streaming link in the top right hand corner.

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Fiberspace: Art, Craft + Design 2015-2020

Fiberspace: Art, Craft + Design 2015-2020

Fiberspace turned 5! To celebrate we will be publishing a brand new book that will, aside from highlighting some the wonderful artists, artisans and designers that have exhibited in the gallery and their artistic oeuvres, also include brand new essays by leading figures within the textile field: Jessica Hemmings, Textile Writer & Professor of Craft and Vice-Prefect of Research HDK, Bella Rune, Artist & Professor of Fine Art, Textiles, Konstfack, Åsa Pärson, Master Weaver and Delia Dumitrescu, Professor & Manager of the Smart Textiles Design Lab, Borås Textilhögskolan. The book has been published with contributions from Stiftelsen Längmanska Kulturfonden and Estrid Ericsons Stiftelse.

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Strukturbiblioteket

Strukturbiblioteket

About four years ago, Matilda Dominique began researching the secrets and possibilities of the waffle weave technique. She tried out different samples in her loom, varying yarn qualities, thread densities, colours and experimenting with the finishing. The desire to, within certain parameters, explore the technique resulted in 30 woven samples and some larger works. It is these samples and the process behind them that are presented in these booklets. Through photographs and personal texts by Dominique, one can follow her into the studio, into the sketching process, the dyeing process and the loom. Contributing writers include art writer and critic Johanna Theander; archivist Linda Wiktorén and Fiberspace's director Marcia Harvey Isaksson. Photographer: Elin Sylwan.

Please note that the publication is in Swedish.

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Intertradition Process Book

Intertradition Process Book

Hand-sewn process book with pictures from the Intertradition project. Includes one pattern repeat from the inter-traditional fabric and the process chart poster. Limited edition of 38 books per colour.

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Textile Art and Sculptures

Textile Art and Sculptures

“Deepa Panchamia’s work is powerful, addressing as it does a fundamental and beguiling characteristic of all forms of life, namely those ever-present contradictions in nature, where the transparent yet strong, fluid and rigid, ostensibly random yet structured so often coalesce with such beautiful results”.
—Mary Schoeser, 2017

This debut book presents a selection of Deepa Panchamia's work from 2004—2017, including notes and extracts from the artist’s journal and essays written by Mary Schoeser. Limited to 300 copies, each book is numbered and signed by the artist.

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Fabricate: Composition and texture

Fabricate: Composition and texture

Photographic book/catalogue by weaver and textile designer Åsa Pärson. The sample weave is Åsa’s sketch method for creating qualities with different characteristics where she distinguish between the tactility and the sensation of the textile. That is how the material behaves in the hand, against the skin and also how it looks. It is easy to replace a component and get a whole new result, a new surface, a new feeling that sometimes also becomes an association to something completely different from the weaving.

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