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This piece is a part of the series “5”. The series explores the materiality of the Faroese wool and pays homage to the five un-dyed colors that the wool comes in naturally.
In this way, each of the five pieces represents each their respective color, as well as they are woven in each their own thickness of yarns, that result in different textures and appearance.

MYRKAGRÁTT means dark grey in Faroese and is handwoven in a 2ply Faroese yarn. and hangs from two pieces of pinewood round sticks.

“5” has been exhibited in:
Co_temporary, Copenhagen, Denmark. Part of the NOVI – VIXX Adorno Exhibition, curated by Pil Bredahl
Town Hall of Fuglafjørður, The Faroe Islands.
Summarlist ´19, Klaksvík in the Faroe Islands.

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Ragnhild Hjalmarsdottir Højgaard, is a Copenhagen-based artist and designer. Her creative practise focuses on researching and re-thinking the potential of the faroese wool - a material that is largely going to waste. Ragnhild has made architectual large-scale acoustical decorations for the lecture halls in the Bjarke Ingels building, Glasir. She has also designed interiors for the world renowned restaurant Noma, Hilton and made rugs for the Faroese Prime Ministers Office.
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Pil Bredahl
Pil Bredahl is the Adorno curator of design destination Copenhagen. MYRKAGRÁTT by RAGNHILD HJALMARSDÓTTIR HØJGAARD 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 RAGNHILD HJALMARSDÓTTIR HØJGAARD is a safe investment in the most important design from Copenhagen right now.

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