Sofia Hagström Møller: Lineage

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Sofia Hagström Møller

Sofia Hagström Møller a designer who develops textiles using both analog and computer-controlled looms. Hagström Møller crafts unique woven artworks for public space art exhibitions in Denmark as well as internationally. She is currently working as a weaving instructor at several schools in Denmark; collaborating with Professor Marianne Fairbanks from the University of Wisconsin, USA; and developing woven artworks in her personal workshop. Hagström Møller graduated in 2007 as Cand. Des. from KADK’s Design School and she holds a Master’s Degree in Textile Design.

Nora Renick Rinehart

Nora Renick Rinehart has just received her Masters in Fine Arts in Design Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With a background in Fiber Arts, Nora’s practice has expanded to include teaching, curating as well as working in her studio. Her recent MFA exhibition Camp Camp uses the structure of summer camp and the language of camp in fashion to explore queerness, coming of age and community. She’s had the honor of working with Sofia Hagström Møller to curate two online and one in-person exhibitions for the CDMC.

This project was made possible with financial support from the Danish Art Foundation, the National Bank of Denmark and the Grosserer L. F. Foghts Foundation.

The Center for Design and Material Culture  is the primary destination for the multi-disciplinary study of material culture and design at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Center focuses on the study of textiles, material culture, and design thinking and is a hub for innovative programs that engage local, national, and international audiences. The Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, the Ruth Davis Gallery, the Lynn Mecklenburg Textile Gallery, and the School of Human Ecology Innovation Studio support the work of the Center for Design and Material Culture.