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Gitte LÆgÅrd 
Sculptural Collages 

 

14/09/16-21/09/16

 

Four Boxes, Krabbesholm Højskole’s gallery, has the pleasure of presenting a one-person exhibition by Gitte Lægård. The show is the result of the textile designer’s residency at the school earlier this year.
As it’s title indicates, the exhibition consists of a number of sculptures in which Gitte Lægård combines construction materials, textile design techniques and fine art visual language. In the seven pieces on show she examines the meeting of analogue and digital print methods on various material supports. By printing on unconventional materials such as Styrofoam, Perspex, latex foam and wood, Gitte Lægård challenges established print production techniques to find new ways and contexts in which print can be utilised. Her approach to the project is intuitive and experimental, which gives the work a unique visual and sensuous quality that arrests the attention of the viewer. In addition to experimenting with new possibilities in printing, Gitte Lægård wishes to examine the role and potential of textile designers today, and also look at how knowledge and skill can be incorporated into future spatial collaborations. For instance, this could be in relation to the development of architectural facades and large scale decoration projects.
Gitte Lægård graduated with an MA in textile design from Kolding School of Design in 2015. She lives and works in Aarhus, where she has a studio at Godsbanen. The exhibition has been sponsored by Kvadrat, BPI, RIAS, HVID GRAFISK and Farvekompagniet Granat.