- First English monograph on the Norwegian textile artist Kari Steihaug
- Twenty-five years of the artist’s work collected in one volume
- Contributions in poetry and prose provide an impressive introduction to Steihaug’s work
- Accompanied an exhibition at Galleri Dropsfabrikken, Trondheim (NO), 29 October to 22 November 2022
In Kari Steihaug’s art, what is overseen plays a major role. The things that have been set aside, unfinished projects, objects that are worn or frayed are all solicitously brought into the light. This is also evident in the materials used by the textile artist: Steihaug’s works feature worn out woollen garments as well as unfinished knitwear. By embracing imperfection, her creations become a counterbalance to the galloping consumer culture of our time, allowing us to see with fresh eyes what surrounds us in everyday life.
This book brings together 25 years of her work. Contributions in poetry and prose introduce Steihaug’s work and trace the lines of a diverse and rich practice.
With contributions by Monica Aasprong, Ingvill Henmo, Anne Karin Jortveit, Aasne Linnestå, Halvor Nordby, Kjetil Røed, Cecilie Skeide, and Kari Steihaug.
- Arnoldsche Art Publishers
- 21st Nov 2022
- Paperback / softback
- UK, US, Eastern Europe, France, Benelux, Japan, South Korea, Africa, South America & Ireland exclusive. South Africa, N&M East non-exclusive
- 297 mm x 210 mm
- 240 Pages
- 183 color