! Leidinys anglų kalba !
Through photographs of the studio process and visual sketches the first publication “ANSKA” by artist Agnė Juodvalkytė offers an overview of the artist’s studio practice from the past years while creating a sensory world of recollection. The book marks the conclusion of the “ANSKA” cycle in her work.
“In Agnė Juodvalkytė’s work, the weave that is bound by cloth, ash, dirt, and dye, invokes memory, utility, and hand-infused labor. The stains, folds, and strained fraying edges of her chosen material are also infused, caked, and distressed to provide new readings of production. There is something familiar in her use of textiles. Each fold of fabric is detailed by a weave birthed from the center spiraling out in an obstinate mosaic of emotion wrought from the plunder of self.”
— Brad Feuerhelm
Dizainas: Marijn Degenaar
Redagavimas: Agnė Juodvalkytė ir Philippe Gerlach
Viršelis: kietas, drobė
Formatas: 17 x 24 cm