Textile Stone
by Pernelle Fagerlund

Textile Stone, 2008. Materials: felted 100% pure new wool, polyester filling. Colours: white and green. Dimensions: 100 x 70 x 60 cm.

Pernelle Fagerlund, textile designer, b. 1960.

“I design three-dimensional textiles, which convey evocative and energy renewing sensations, stimulating the body in relaxation ‘situations’. Textiles are almost always inferior to the form; in my three-dimensional work, the textiles play the main part both as furniture and as textile. The third dimension is used to express the humorous, the vigorous, the playful – this type of furniture should appeal to pause and at the same time be a visual experience. I want to draw the expression towards something sculptural, sumptuous, unpretentious, funny, curious and voluminous.”

1990-1992: Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
1996-2003: Denmark´s Design School, Copenhagen

Selected exhibitions:
2007: Ambiente, Frankfurt
2006: MoMA Design Store, New York
2005: ICFF, New York City
2004: SUPERDANISH, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

Danish Crafts / jeppegudmundsen.com

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