Carpet 0.1 mounted on the wall like a tapestry, wool- and linen thread from Kasthall, design by Cecilia Margareta Tjärnberg, MFA BIG DATA DESIGN - Strange but familiar, 2019
The carpet design project is a part of the MFA thesis BIG DATA DESIGN - Strange but familiar. The textile element was developed to complement and frame the heavy sculptural wood furniture.
The carpet is envisioned as an early-season crisp spring field of wild-grown grass. The thread length is varied to sections of 20mm and 30mm. The design is consciously exhibited un-cut. The wild spouting seemingly random spread of these un-cut threads is embraced as an important part of the final design.
Carpet 0.1 was tufted at Konstfack by Cecilia Margareta Tjärnberg. Material sponsored by Kasthall.
The Oyster Sofa and Carpet 0.1, visitors at the degree show, Konstfack 2019
Artistic research - selected material / Carpet 0.1
MFA thesis BIG DATA DESIGN strange but familiar
Supervisors; Einar Rodhe, Senior Lecturer, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design, Department of Design, Interior Architecture and Visual Communication (DIV).
Christian Björk, Visiting Lecturer, -
Examiners; Tor Lindstrand, Senior Lecturer, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design, Department of Design, Interior Architecture and Visual Communication (DIV).
Guest critic; Marcia Harvey Isaksson, Inredningsarkitekt MSA
Sponsors; Sundsvalls Kommun - Cultural Grant, SCA Östrands massafabrik - paper material, Kasthall - yarn
Selected tutors and collaborating partners; Palle Torsson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Fine Art. Gunnar Söder, Lecturer within the Department of Design at Konstfack. Alexander Wallin, a computer programmer, and musician. Rassmus Nossbring, Glass/Craft Artist.
Cecilia Margareta Tjärnberg 2019 © copyright