Sofia Hagström Møller: Weaving Threads Through Time and Space

Color photograph depicting a mostly covered person standing outside in lush greenery wearing bright red rain boots and black pants holding up a large woven tapestry in pinks, reds, and whites in front of their face/body.

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This exhibition of Sofia Hagström Møller’s work investigates the roots of Scandinavian textile design and celebrates the legacy that American weaving owes to these traditions. By translating her grandmother’s patterns through the digital technology available to her during a recent residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Hagström Møller’s work transcends language and travels through time and space.

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Online exhibition supported by the Lynn Mecklenburg Textile Gallery, the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, and the Anonymous Fund. Launched in Fall, 2020. Curated by Nora Renick Rinehart.