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Designer Martine Myrup

“Dreaming of Japan”

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Martine Myrup, who studied sculpture at Glasgow School of Art and is now based in Copenhagen, works to give new life to recycled textiles, producing sculptures and functional objects. In recent years, she has focused on serial projects, where several objects relate to each other in a “family” relationship. This hand-sewn sculptural object, made from synthetic dish-cloths, recycled clothing and felt, is part of her “Dreaming of Japan” series, in which vintage and recycled textiles are picked out based on their proximity to Japanese designs and transformed into abstract sculptures of a floral persuasion.

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18×38

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Production Year

2016

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Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

18×38

Exclusivity

Material

,

Production Year

2016

Weight (kg)

1

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Martine Myrup
Although her studies led her to sculpture, Martine Myrup now works mainly in textiles, creating both sculptures and unique functional objects. Her "Elusive Owl/Myrup" textile products and projects are made exclusively from recycled second-hand fabric, which she found, bought from charity shops, or which was given to her. Due to the nature of her source material, she embraces irregularities and imperfections and incorporates them into her designs, making the former life and function of the fabric absolutely integral to her works. Leftover fabric from larger projects is recycled in smaller works or patchwork, keeping waste to a minimum. The aim is to extend the life-span of each bit of textile used, transforming the original items into something new and unique.
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Pil Bredahl
Pil Bredahl is the Adorno curator of design destination Copenhagen. "Dreaming of Japan" by Martine Myrup is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Copenhagen. As a local and recognized design expert Pil Bredahl's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Martine Myrup is a safe investment in the most important design from Copenhagen right now.

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