Christine Ertbøll and Louise Holland, ‘Figure in Flux’
The object speaks to phenomena as expansion and temporality, where the result emerged by a free process centred around materiality. The object, which is reflected in an abstract interpretation of the body and the uncovering hereof, gives the sense of an element in pulsating motion, which is constantly changing.
Christine Ertbøll and Louise Holland have their BA-degree from KADK in respectively architecture and design, and have formerly been working with graphic design, architecture, ceramics and photography and art. Ertbøll was previously at Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects in Paris, until working along with Holland at Studio David Thulstrup.
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F(Hair)trade explores two facets of the seedy world of wigs. Firstly, the hair trafficking industry involves the abuse of poor women in return for massive gain. Secondly, using alternative materials associated to “sex”, draw attention to the mistreated and ostracized queer/trans BIPOC in sex work. Hopefully F(Hair)trade’s whimsy opens some important discussions.
Originally from Montreal (CAN), designer Christian Deslauriers has worked as a professional hairdresser for 10 years. Hence, he will examine wigs made from fabrics not only to combat trafficking in human hair, but perhaps raise important questions about sex work, as wigs are often associated with the latter.
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Kristine Mandsberg,‘BODIES (no 1,2 & 3)’
BODIES is a wall-hung piece that consists of three individual wall-hung compositions.The piece should provoke an impulse to touch, feel and stroke the materials and surfaces, but without acting on it. An instant attraction that contains this inexplicable and abstract feeling, similar to when standing in front of a person/BODY.
Kristine Mandsberg creates visual, sensory and spatial experiences, in the form of installations, wall-art, objects and surfaces. Her work is somewhere in between 2D and 3D, always focusing on surfaces, materials, colours and patterns. Visually, she works with a graphic design language, and with a strong and bold color attitude.
SHAPE & COLOUR, Permanent Art installation – Recycling Depot, Kolding, 2019
LANDSCAPE, Solo exhibition, Nicolai, Kolding, DK, 2018
PLEASE TOUCH, Solo exhibition – Officinet, Copenhagen, DK, 2018
PATTERN & PLAY, Temporary Outdoor Installation – Nicolai, Kolding, DK, 2018
MOVING STRIPES, Temporary Wall decoration – Town Hall Square, Copenhagen, DK, 2017
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Jane Kønig‘EAT ME’
With the EAT ME collection Jane will interpret the classic design of cutlery and process it, even though she has proficient goldsmith talent for unique and characteristic jewelry design. EAT ME will be showcased at this year´s FAN OUT.
Jane Kønig graduated as a clothing designer from the Danish Design School in 1986. During her courses, Jane created jewelry for her projects, and along the way, jewelry became her preferred field of work. Jane opened her first store in Copenhagen in 1989, and today the jewelry is sold in two flagship stores, a worldwide online store and in selected retail stores in Europe. The jewelry universe is playful and eclectic with a whimsical twist.
Atelier Jean/ /Phillip‘The Naked Truth’
What is left to hide?Modern life is an unholy mix of voyeurism and exhibitionism. A world with People perpetually broadcasting their internal and external selves.
Atelier JEAN//PHILLIP challenges conventional fashion beliefs creating bespoke garments, appealing to a non-binary audience, both masculine and feminine. The focus is craftmanship with close attention to detail.
Solitude Studios‘Fences and Freedom’
The collection stems from thoughts and conversations about how we as society perceive nature. Often as something separated from ourselves. Something so beautiful that we often feel the need to try and control it.
Jahmuna McClean‘Women Who Run in Heels’
My MA collection is a study of the meeting between two juxtaposing words; natural and fake and the enourmous complexity of their definitions.
September 2018-Juni 202 - MA Fashion Design KADK
August 2014-Juni 2018 - BA Fashion Design , Gerrit Rietveld Academie Januar 2018- Juli 2020 Selvstændig Design virksomhed A.O.A
August 2017-Januar 2018 Internship, Ganni
February 2016-Maj 2016, Internship DLP, for Bless Paris August 2014-Juni 2018 - BA, Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
Nicholas Nybro has always been fascinated by the body and it has been the inspiration for his collections several times. In Nicholas’ collection ”the body” he showed the diversity in the body.
In this project his inspiration is the body in a sexual act that rises above the gender.
Sia Hurtigkarl Degel‘Multi-Locals’
Modern nations are collaged together by thousands of affiliations and combinations of origin.
Multi-Locals envision the debate of future national identity and explores the power of uniting people through tribes and rituals. Answers to the question: “Where are you a local?” are translated into wearable props to materialize the narratives behind human identities.Supported by Statens Kunstfond
With textiles as my leading material I create objects, installations and abstract productions. The core of my practice is my fascination of human culture and identity from which I seek inspiration for my designs.
I strive to work cross-disciplinary in order to make new creations and collaborations.
3 Days of Design, Ukurent, Fellah – et opbevarende siddemøbel, Copenhagen, September 2020
Third exhibition by pro tempore.art, co. founder and curator, Copenhagen, 30th of October 2020
Recipient of Statens Kunstfond, Projektstøtte og Nye Talenter – Kunsthåndværk og design, 2019
Malene Landgreen and Embla Taxholm, ‘Extended Yellow Gaza Collage / Gaze Piece 2017-2020’
The extended piece is a collaboration. The idea is that the painted body motives will blend and move together like a collage when illuminated from behind.
Malene Landgreen’s work is shaped by concrete painting, and over time, the extended painting has become a recurring theme in her work. With her distinctive color palette, Landgreen has moved far beyond the traditional painting frame: Colors, shapes, lines and patterns are put together in carefully tuned compositions of color relationships, which are typically based on geometry. As an integral part of Landgreen’s work, you will often find gestures of lyrical, and organic expressions.
The FanOut project by Malene Landgreen is a cooperative work with Embla Taxholm. Embla is specialised in restoring and decorating paintings.
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Louise Moestrup, ‘Based on a true story’
My work of art is a mixture of flowers in all stages. From the tiny flower bud to the final decay.
I have been working with flowers since I was sixteen years old. I have had my own flower shop in Copenhagen for twenty-two years, which I sold in 2018. Since then I have focused on making paper-flowers.
Sophie Linnemann / Heste_jente, ‘Lolita
Sophie Linnemann uses Lolita as her three-dimensional canvas, when she’s experimenting with clothing and body. The work arises from a state of mind and a fascination with fashion and style.
Meet her friend Lolita. Lolita is dressed from head to toe in the newest chic clothes. She knows exactly how to dress to get those looks which are so necessary for her survival. The shell is glamorous, but behind cashmere and silk is a soul in decay. Her arms have grown longer over time by dragging bags home from the countless shopping trips.
Lolita thinks the outer counts.
Sophie Linnemann has a bachelor’s degree in textile design from the Danish School of Design and have just started her master’s in fashion and textiles. She works with print and textiles in a balance between fashion and art.
2017: The Harliquin collection, Vaerkstedet Jærgersborggade 2018: Forårs vindues udstilling, Sabine Poupinel
2018: Vinter vindues udstilling, Sabine Poupinel
2018: Set Design, Helmstedt SS19, Christania Operaen
2018: ICON VISION x Sophie Linnemann, OFR, Blågårdsgade 2019: Unpolished, Pop up event, Hotel Skt. Petri
2019: Nostalgia, Esben & Anna Weile Kjær, Vestjyllands kunstpavillion 2019: Window Shopper, Esben & Anna Weile, Chart Art Fair Magasin 2020: Portræt af Dronning Magrethe, Eurowoman
Mathias Brochorst,‘Embracing absence’
Inspired by the visual absence in poetry - that you are able to fill out the visual space with your own stored visual vocabulary, combined with references to the craftmanship of vintage protheses in a mix between beautiful tailored styles combined with more rough leather pieces.
Mathias Brochorst is a young fashion designer from Copenhagen, who recently graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Mathias Brochorst’s work focuses dominantly on storytelling and the use of the male body as an equally important part as the garment – and challenges the traditions of men’s tailoring and gender ideals. His latest work explores the space between the body and the garment and the perception of that space.
His latest work explores the space between the body and the garment and the perception of that space.
Ornamental, (fashion film), winner of Best Nordic Talent at Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival, 2018
Lamba is my bachelor project, and an interpretation of the Gambian Kanyeleng women. Women who by any reason cannot have children form their own groups, as they are pushed out of the conventional society. As a performing group they are respected. Kanyeleng women have several physical characteristics that served as the starting point for this project.
Ruby M.L.A. Ndoye is deeply fascinated by character design and world building. Storytelling is therefore her output for every project. She believes that by awakening people's fantasy, it will create space for new ways of putting together stories or experiences that in the future can create less prejudice in new and unknown meetings.
Amalie Røge Hove Geertsen, ‘ex. 01’
Collections of knitted style, a material with a life of its own. I wanted to create shapes around the body, like small sculptures. A constant relation to the body and its visuality. It’s very inspiring to see how the style is working around the frames.
I have a master’s degree in textile design and throughout my education I have focused on knitting. I think knitting has so many possibilities, and the idea of shaping and creating a full garment, with no waste, has always been very intriguing for me. So after working as a knitwear designer for some Danish companies, I decided to pursue my own vision for knitwear and start my own brand.
Emil Ljungberg,‘Towering Susceptibility’
The collection is a personal translation of varying emotional states through the perception of color, space, and Francis Bacon’s artworks. An attempt to turn sensitivity into a strength in the creative process to create a universe that embraces diversity and vulnerability.
Emil Ljungberg is a Swedish fashion designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is a MA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, where he also took his BA degree in Fashion Design. He uses personal experiences as inspiration to merge the world of art, architecture, and design into one collective expression.
The project explores what others do not want, do not notice or take for granted. It is based on inactive clothes, collected from each neighbor in an apartment building. By repurposing and recontextualizing collected materials, it aims to elevate the functional and aesthetic value of collected materials as a way of changing our relationship with our own inactive clothing and in this way get us to reflect upon consumer culture.
Karoline’s creative vision is to build up concepts and communicating them through associations and emotions which aim to get people to reflect. Her projects are a subversive response on way we consume and thereby a way for her to addressing sustainability in a curious and playful way. She believes that design should be celebrated, but most importantly: it should matter.
“Bricolage”, Fashion collection, Designers’ Nest Fashion Show FW18, 2018
Signe Hansen / Alle te,‘Signe's Cabinet of Curiosities’
Have you ever found a treasure? ‘Signe’s Cabinet of Curiosities’ investigates the concept of treasures and their stories. The project captures and preserves atmospheres related to five selected treasures and interprets them into handcrafted tactile expressions both in surface and shape.
Signe Hansen aspires to create tactile narratives through details and ornamentation. Techniques from the past serve as a foundation for creating handmade surfaces. Signe Hansen graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation in 2020 with a MA in Womenswear.
Edition 1, Collection, Holly Golightly, 2019
Repetition, Object, Davids Samling, 2019
Edition 2, Collection, Holly Golightly, 2020
Chess, Collection, Real Danish Design Awards, 2020
Belinda Rasmussen,‘Display Floating in Space’
‘Display Floating in Space’ attempts to encourage people to form a stronger attachment to their garment through aesthetic experiences emphasizing materials and a playful expression. This is done by investigating tactility and haptics through the relation between object, garment and body, and how alterations in experiences can stimulate the senses of the subject. These alterations may, for instance, manifest themselves in the augmentation that occurs when tactile and digital realities are intertwined.
Belinda Rasmussen works in the intersection between fashion and art, and her interest lies in creating aesthetic experiences that speak to the senses through materiality. She finished her latest internship at CÉLINE and graduated this summer from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Design with a master in fashion.
’glass’ (fashion film), shown at Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival, 2018
TALK: Aivaras Stanevicius
09.09.2020, Wednesday 5:00 PM at Slagtehusgade 11, København VFree Entrance. Talk is in English.
Perfume expert, owner of the first niche perfume shop in Copenhagen, Crime Passionnel. He talks about how to be attracted to fragrance, performs dressed in a fragrance created by another human being and how the perfume industry relates to today’s gender issues.
TALK: Ida Luka Holmegaard
09.09.2020, Thursday 6:00 PM at Slagtehusgade 11, København VFree Entrance. Talk is in Danish.
Author and current with the book ‘LOOK’ about clothes, textiles and fashion. Ida talks about the transformative power that is found in how to dress, how to dress up and creating a look and about the fabric between us and the rest of the world.
Moderator, literature communicator at Herlev Library.
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