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Audax presents TextielLab projects
14
Jul '08
Audax Textile Museum presents Tilburg on May 25 to 9 november 2008 exhibition From the Labyrinth to Big Mama, projects from the TextielLab.

With this exhibition shows the museum work in the TextielLab, the creative workshop of the museum, is made by leading designers and artists, such as Studio Job, Piet Hein Eek and Christie van der Haak, Jan Taminiau, Scholten & Baijings, Gust Bergmans, Barbara Broekman, Kiki van Eijk, and Aleksandra Gaca Berend Strik.

The projects in Van Labyrinth to Big Mama, projects from the TextielLab. Are linked by the fact that they are all manufactured in the TextielLab.

In this dynamic part of the museum and moustaches rattling machines, while artists and designers together with the textieltechnici at work.

Six techniques in the central TextielLab: Weaving, Brei, Embroidery, Lasercut, Print and Tuft.

Besides the high-tech, computerized equipment is also cherished the craft, as in the exhibition can be seen in the handgetufte carpets of Berend Strik and Barbara Broekman.

Al earlier, in 2005, the Textile Museum showed a wide range of arts and designprojecten from the TextielLab under the title Made in Tilburg. Now is a sequel to this exhibition suspending process and realization of a fourteen projects will be examined.

Overview designers and artists and their work:
- Architextile of Aleksandra Gaca
- Big Mama of Peak Bergmans
- Colour Plaids of Scholten & Baijings
- Deliberate Pixelation - Spring / Summer 2008, Faint
- Vibrations - Fall / Winter 2008/2009 of Conny Groenewegen
- Domestic Jewels of Kiki van Eijk
- Follies - Autumn / Winter 2007/2008 of JanTaminiau
- Labyrinth of Studio Job
- Multiply by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe
- Orchid of Eugene van Veldhoven
- Rabbits First of Berend Strik
- Textile Room at Barbara Broekman
- Sassandra Christie van der Hook in Jufferbank of Piet Hein Eek
- Wandkleden of Reinoud of Vught
- Wave, Grid, Circle, Happy and Flowers of H? Ne Dashorst

In addition to the realized works extensively considered the development process in the TextielLab, sketch, digital file to color and materiaalproeven.

Audax Textile Museum


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