Surface of Water, 2011, Height 107cm, width 150cm, depth 10cm
Technique: Double weave, manipulated. Materials: Wool, flax, nylon and reflective thread More




Detail, Surface of Water, 2011, Height 107cm, width 150cm, depth 10cm
Technique: Double weave, manipulated. Materials: Wool, flax, nylon and reflective thread




Detaile, Surface of Water, 2011, Height 107cm, width 150cm, depth 10cm
Technique: Double weave, manipulated. Materials: Wool, flax, nylon and reflective thread




Changed Order, 2006, Major weave: height 60cm, width 100cm, depth 5cm, Objects: height 22cm, width 12cm, depth 12cm.
Technique: Double weave, manipulated, Material: Wool, flax, nylon, copper and elasthan

Concept of the work

My childhood’s forest disappeared in a storm. Where I come from all forests are planted by man. This means that all the tree
trunks are about the same thickness in the whole forest. The forest is fertilized artificially.  Just imagine, if the mosses one
day explosively growths into huge dimensions. Micro becomes macro. This work is a reflection about how we are using the
earth, and how vulnerable we are as human beings. Today we are using the earth as a machine, without a thought about the
sensitiveness of the natures ecosystem, and without a thought of what will happen if we cannot control the nature any longer.




Detal, Changed Order, 2006, height 60cm, width 100cm, depth 5cm
Technique: Double weave, manipulated, Material: Wool, flax, nylon, copper and elasthan




Detal, Changed Order, 2006, Objects: height 22cm, width 12cm, depth 12cm.
Technique: Double weave, manipulated, Material: Wool, flax, nylon, copper and elasthan



MY KIRSTEN DAMMAND
About the artist