I try to understand the world in my loom and the tapestries become my answer to change. I weave because I want to tell something. I listen, see and meet people. I think, ponder and images arise.
My textile works is a release process from the fabric.
A sculptural embroidery with roots from 14 th century, silk and metal embroidery.
I work with geometric shapes - rhombuses, squares, triangles and rectangles. Small pieces of fabric, needled with pins or sewn on machine.
I see my work as a form of tales. Throe my work I examine the possibility and construction of the textiles complexity. I am occupied to investigate the woven expression through its construction.
Catch a glimpse of a sudden gesture and follow the paths further in, until you walk in someone´s footprints. See a wild animal nearby or listen to dripping water. Try to tell a story from a
I want to tell about the fragility of life. With our facial expressions we show the vulnerabilities that exist within all of us. I want my art to help the viewer take a moment and make contact
I find my inspiration from the Nordic nature and its timelessness. From a small watercolour sketch there will be a large tapestry. To work with yarns and colours is a part of my life.
At present I’m occupied by all embroidery that relates to weave patterns. I weave patterns that are possible to embroider on and I change their structures by embroidery.
Our contemporary world disturbs my mind. Any way I need to reflect this. With stiches I fasten the reflexion for a while, I make it visible. To transform anxiety into Creativity can calm my
My art practice is based in Korsberga,Sweden.I have worked with many different textile techniques and for some years now I have been concentrating on embroidery.
Sustainability and humor is important for me. Above all I am interested in weaving Swedish rag rugs enterily from recycled textiles. From time to time I add a piece of embroiderys on them.
A thought becomes a painted picture and further a woven piece of art. Mixing 5 threads to get the correct shades of colour, I'll be standing at my loom; catched in the power of creation.
The meeting between textile and metal communicates an inner conflict. Something is breaking down, rust and verdigris become fragments and traces of something that has occurred.
"To create mental conditions and lasting moments of colour mass, have today become the largest challenge for me."
My biggest source of inspiration is the ancient textile techniques that both fascinates and provokes me.