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Contact + Curriculum Vitae The Royal Danish Library Coloplast GN Store Nord Danish Museum of Decorative Art
Danish State Railways Tangen Vidr. Skole Trapholt Museum
Maersk Data Suntiles Novo Nordisk Paustian
The Danish Parliament Circle Light Aabenraa Kommune Malmø Kunstmuseum
Næstved Kulturhus Swirl Teglverkets Skole, Norway Ideal House
Bergen Twinkle Danish Design Centre
Frederiksberg Gallery NB
Birkerød Tournai International Triennial
NRGI, Århus Design Miami Basel 2011
Kolding Kommune Mariager Kunstforening
Birkerød Aktivitetscenter Galerie Maria Wettergren
Maasland Hospital Risør Kunstpark
Halden Fengsel Mindcraft 13 Milano
Vollsmose, Odense PAD London
Gigantium, Aalborg Design Miami Basel 2013
21C Museum Hotels, Ohio The Rijswijk Textile Biennial
Kamelia Huset, Kolding Design Miami Basel 2014
Askim Ungdomsskole, Norway Musée de la Chasse
Longchamp, Paris Musée Nationale Delacroix
Malmø Högskola, Sweden Design Miami Basel 2015
Nykøbing Katedralskole Danmarks Nationalbank
Printemps, Paris  
21C Museums Hotels, Durham  

Mariager Kunstforening



Project details

Year: 2011

Mariager Kunstforening

IKAT III, 2011

Optic fibre, paper yarn
2500 x 2500 mm

'Ikat III' is a light tapestry
of paper yarn with organic
patterns created in optical fibres.
The tapestry alludes the ikat
weaving technique, which among
other things is characterized by
detailed colouring and immense
precision in weaving, making
it possible to create smooth
transitions between patterns.
With 'Ikat III' Astrid Krogh
interprets the ikat tradition
by allowing light to create its
own patterns and shapes in indefinable transitions. The light
is used as a imaginary dye,
which continuously flows back
and forth and thus create an
almost magical effect pattern.

'Ikat III' is the biggest weaving
in the trilogy Ikat I II and III.
The three light tapestries can
function as a single work.

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