Siv Stangeland

Siv Helene Stangeland, Invisible Lines, 2015 IN SET – Drawing Matter

Siv Helene Stangeland, The Invisible Lines, 2015. Pencil on paper, 1100 × 600 mm. © The architect.

From layering to weaving, a language based on exploring relations, showing growth patterns caused by environmental feedback, which makes sense, becomes unique, authentic because they are in dialogue with the ground, the site, the neighbourhood, the local materials industry and crafts, politics and economy… It is not a pure language, it’s hybrid, multiple, dirty and crystalline at the same time…

– Siv Helene Stangeland


Siv Helene Stangeland will be speaking on ‘Relational Design’ as part of Design Directions, at the Design Museum, London, on Monday 13th March

WE SUGGEST

For other kinds of layering and weaving of lines through digital collage, Lok-kan Chau; on the layering of auditory vibrations, Dominique Perrault; and for another poetic of mark-making through the build-up of surface, rather than line, Elizabeth Hatz.