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Rolighedsvej 9, 1958 Frederiksberg

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Onsdag - lørdag kl. 13-17


New Material

Merete Vyff Slyngborg

08.03.2014 - 22.03.2014
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Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Interview ("The Hopes and Fears of a Whole Society are Reflected in the Cut of a Dress” First published in the catalog MOTION DAZZLE), 2013, 72 x 72 cm, Print, metal frame.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: New Material (Installation View), 2014.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: After the Catwalk, 2014, 5 min., Excerpt from transcribed interview with Karl Lagerfeld.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: New Material (Installation View), 2014.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Life in Black and White (Copenhagen Zoo (winter 20214)), 50 x 70 cm, Photo.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: New Material (Installation View), 2014.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Exhibition Furniture no. 1 - Bench, 2013, Powder coated MDF, chrome copper tubes, BBC Wildlife 2007, Vol. 25.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Three-sided wall painting with different grey perspectives, 307 x 280 x 75 cm.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Mutations and New Material (Exhibition View, past exhibition at Grimmuseum, 2013).

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: New Material (Installation View), 2014.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Aesthetic Movement, 13 min., CHANEL Spring-Summer 2014 Ready-to-Wear runway show.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: New Material (Installation View), 2014.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Spilled Milk, Art Room Still Life 2014 (The joint spirit of Kathleen Madison Moore and I), 129,5 x 99 cm, Oil paint, canvas.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: New Material (Installation View), 2014.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg: Loop Stand, 64,5 x 37 x 72 cm, Glazed clay.

PRESSEMEDDELELSE

Excerpts from the interview The Hopes and Fears of a Whole Society are Reflected in the Cut of a Dress with Dr. Maria Mackinney-Valentin, who holds an M.A. In literature from the University of Copenhagen and a Ph.D. in Trend Studies from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, Copenhagen. The interview is structured by Merete Vyff Slyngborg and art historian Mette Woller and was first published in the catalog MOTION DAZZLE, 2013.

MW: How would you explain the term you use; 'The Logic of Wrong'?

MMV: ... Logic of Wrong is a way to break with social norms in order to delay certain tendencies that would have otherwise moved very quickly. It refers to a way of distinguishing yourself by using strategies that are difficult to decode. As a result of this the adaption process or the process of copying takes longer. The consumer is more or less unaware of this process. In fashion you call this a social mechanism and taste is a bi-product of this, or in fact a tool used to create this mechanism, but it is not only in fashion you see these processes.

MVS: It is especially that space where things change their position that is interesting. There seem to be a potential here. I want to understand how the world works by thinking about aesthetics. In terms of ideas of transparency, displacement and space, it seems clear that aesthetics are interconnected to the politics of any era.

MMV: There are people who build whole industries around this intuitive force due to a fascination about how things change. That is why you have the forecasting industry that capitalizes on a certain 'sense' of something. It varies how they work with this, but usually in a rather intuitive manner. Some fashion houses have a sort of psychic-in-chief, who functions as the flagship of the house, while others work more ethnographically or sociologically and use scouts. They filter all the information they gather, and point out four tendencies. Within those changes the development of society compared to existing values and events are taken into consideration, as those factors are the ones that motivate and generate the changes.

Merete Vyff Slyngborg (b. 1982) studied at the Funen Academy, Odense, Denmark and Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Vienna, Austria. She graduated from the Funen Academy in 2011. Vyff Slyngborg has exhibited among other places at: Grimmuseum, Berlin; Inter Arts Center, Malmö; 68 m2, Copenhagen; Arcadia Missa, London; HDTS, Joshua Tree, California and The Common Place, Leeds. Vyff Slyngborg is co-founder of the exhibition spaces YEARS and NEW YEARS, Copenhagen. 

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