NOW & NEXT:
Exhibiting Aske’s intricate, symmetrical designs inspired by textiles and established techniques, the name comes from the artist’s own process in creating the works.
This involves a technique of rapid movements, etched into the muscle memory of the artist. He is able to enter a meditative state while working rapidly, removing layer upon layer to reveal the complex patterns that typify his work. The finished pieces encourage the viewer to lose themselves in the process of viewing the captivating and mesmerising patterns of the Endorfin Maskiner.
With a focus on handweaving, Open Lines will explore lines and grids as a means to connect and as a framework for boundless possibilities. Lines connect people, places, and ideas. Lines form symbols and letters, facilitating visual communication.
In this process-led workshop, participants will study compositions of yarn and material to experiment with new colour combinations and challenge our perception of colour. You’ll create colourful winding samples to inspire your future knitting, weaving or textile projects or simply be playful small works of art.