Vinçon Room, October 23rd – November 22nd

Anne Fabricius Moller is a graphic and textile designer who works and studies fabrics in a very special way. She uses many different techniques to achieve highly personalised prints. Anne finds inspiration in simple objects that she subsequently incorporates to her work so perfectlywell that they seem to be part of the outcome right from the outset. Her work covers a diverse range of disciplines and it is the result of a thorough preliminary process looking for new forms of expression.

Street print

Street print

Her obsessive habit of collecting objects that she finds either on the streets or from nearby forests in Copenhagen may seem particularly peculiar. These are objects discarded by people or even destroyed after being hit by a car, which she then uses to attach them to her projects. From this relentless pursuit – more than 10 years as a collector and over the past year for this particular sample– Street Print is born. An exhibition that focuses on a 10 meter long, cotton-satin fabric by 1.5 wide on which many of these objects are featured, either in positive or negative print, like a photograph.

Anne Fabricius Möller

Anne Fabricius Möller

Pieces of plastic, rope, gloves and backpacks, which prints are reproduced in an arrangement with a central axis and a certain symmetry pattern about the axis. Inspiration tocreate this piece came from those seventeenth century engravings that depict all sorts of, more or less, asymmetrical, natural objects. Colour is another key factor of the composition that orders objects according to chromatic  sequences. A fun and special ocassion to get to know the work of this Danish artist.

Photos by Alastair Philip Wiper.

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