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'All That Matters and Then Some' a live installation by LOUISE LYNGH BJERREGAARD

Creating connections through her creations, the work of Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard reflects flourishing creativity and a hand-felt approach.
The Danish multidisciplinary designer Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard displays her distinct working practices at our SoHo London Store. Simulating her Nørrebro atelier in Copenhagen, the installation serves as an extension of her routine settings. Related to Louise's use of scrap yarns, visitors are encouraged to bring their yarns or to use the yarns sponsored by Wood Wood and selected by Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard.
  • The surroundings simulate the intimate settings of Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard's Nørrebro atelier.
"Without any sense of tampering, the viewer goes through failures and final cuts"
The live installation, All That Matters and Then Some, stands as an invitation to take part in the creative processes of Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard's close-knit atelier, whether that be through observing or merely the presence. As a celebration of craftsmanship and a striving nature, the live universe gives an insight to an actual working life. Without any sense of tampering, the viewer goes through failures and final cuts.

Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard and her team emphasizes the hand-felt approach, giving customers guidance and an opportunity to contribute to a larger knitted piece. There is a meta-communicational aspect to their works. Instead of hiding, the idea is to offer an insight and add to a bigger picture.

There is a certain distance linked to the industry of fashion. The live installation erases that distance, agreeing to a full disclosure. Progress comes through exploration, and that is what the facility offers: a real-time development.
  • Wall-hung textiles contribute to an experience, emphasizing on texture and senses.
  • Viewers can partake in a collaboratively knitted piece, assisted by the atelier team.
  • Scrap yarns are integrated in the distinct pieces, adding a historical aspect.
The atelier space includes works from the following artists:
Brook Hsu (USA)
Marius Mallet (DK)
Ditte Johanne Krogh Berthelsen (DK)
Pia Angela Rasmussen (DK)
The atelier runs from December 12th until December 28th, 2019 and can be experienced during Wood Wood's opening hours.
Words: Mikkel Kristensen
Photography: Adam Titchener

'All That Matters and Then Some' a live installation by LOUISE LYNGH BJERREGAARD

Creating connections through her creations, the work of Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard reflects flourishing creativity and a hand-felt approach.
The Danish multidisciplinary designer Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard displays her distinct working practices at our SoHo London Store. Simulating her Nørrebro atelier in Copenhagen, the installation serves as an extension of her routine settings. Related to Louise's use of scrap yarns, visitors are encouraged to bring their yarns or to use the yarns sponsored by Wood Wood and selected by Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard.
  • The surroundings simulate the intimate settings of Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard's Nørrebro atelier.
"Without any sense of tampering, the viewer goes through failures and final cuts"
The live installation, All That Matters and Then Some, stands as an invitation to take part in the creative processes of Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard's close-knit atelier, whether that be through observing or merely the presence. As a celebration of craftsmanship and a striving nature, the live universe gives an insight to an actual working life. Without any sense of tampering, the viewer goes through failures and final cuts.
  • Wall-hung textiles contribute to an experience, emphasizing on texture and senses.
Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard and her team emphasizes the hand-felt approach, giving customers guidance and an opportunity to contribute to a larger knitted piece. There is a meta-communicational aspect to their works. Instead of hiding, the idea is to offer an insight and add to a bigger picture.
  • Viewers can partake in a collaboratively knitted piece, assisted by the atelier team.
There is a certain distance linked to the industry of fashion. The live installation erases that distance, agreeing to a full disclosure. Progress comes through exploration, and that is what the facility offers: a real-time development.
  • Scrap yarns are integrated in the distinct pieces, adding a historical aspect.
  • Without any distance, the space communicates craftsmanship and devotion.
The atelier space includes works from the following artists:
Brook Hsu (USA)
Marius Mallet (DK)
Ditte Johanne Krogh Berthelsen (DK)
Pia Angela Rasmussen (DK)
The atelier runs from December 12th until December 28th, 2019 and can be experienced during Wood Wood's opening hours.
Words: Mikkel Kristensen
Photography: Adam Titchener