Postcards from Swedish grad shows: The Swedish School of Textiles
Form Magazine takes a closer look at selected graduation projects from Spring 2019. This is MA student in Fashion Design Tove Berner-Wik’s collection Shiny Things, her degree project at The Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås.
Ever since his debut in the 1960s, Carl Johan De Geer has been a prominent figure in Swedish culture. Innovative, provocative and brilliantly versatile, he has worked as an artist, designer, film maker, photographer, scenographer and author. But from the start he wanted to become a textile designer.
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From 17 July 2019 the blockbuster exhibition Robots from the Science Museum in London , makes its first international stop at Tekniska museet in Stockholm. Human-like machines – both fascinating and frightening at the same time. Why do we create machines that resemble us humans?