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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The Thread Wrapping Machine

The Thread Wrapping Machine

Anton Alvarez has spent two years developing a machine that spins thousands of metres of brightly coloured thread around pieces of wood and metal to join them, producing solid benches, stools and lamps without traditional joints of any kind. The thread acts as an joining element, allowing the raw material being wrapped to be extremely elaborate without appearing so. Alvarez’s work has been exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum and is represented by Libby Sellers Gallery in London. In photos, interviews and essays, this book presents the evolution of the thread wrapping technique, with an essay by UglyCute founder Andreas Nobel and a foreword by legendary British artist and curator Richard Wentworth.

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Hands

Hands

These hand-stitched hands by Kristina Skantze are in hand-dye silk jersey. Each one is unique and varies slightly in size. Sold individually. Please contact us on hello@fiberspace.se to make your choice.

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Truncated Icosahedron

Truncated Icosahedron

Truncated Icosahedron is an ongoing art project where a giant ball plays the main role. A three-dimensional patchwork, where textile craft meets monumental sculpture, architecture and Archimedean geometry. Fine art print by Inger Bergström and Lotte Nilsson Välimaa. Limited edition of 20. Photographer Mirjam Lagergren. Image size 345 x 510 mm. Delivered framed, signed and numbered. Framed size 460 x 615 mm.

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Annie Johansson

Annie Johansson

Annie Johansson investigates the extensions of the human body into the textile material through sensual desires. This boundless desire, is for her, about a lust that goes via and then beyond the desire for other bodies. Like the Begin-nuns'* almost erotic relationship to their natural environment, she searches for it in her material explorations.

*The Begin-nuns appeared during the early Middle Ages and are seen by some today as one of the earlier women's movements in Europe.

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