Installation view Tools for the Future, Agnė Juodvalkytė. Photo Birgitte Munk

Detail from ‘Untitled’ 2023. Textile collage, yarn, found objects, dried flowers. Photo Birgitte Munk

Detail from ‘Untitled’ 2023. Textile collage, yarn, found objects, dried flowers. Photo Birgitte Munk

Detail from ‘Untitled’ 2023. Textile collage, yarn, found objects, dried flowers. Photo Birgitte Munk

Caretaker, 2023. Textile, thread, orange peel, yarn, avocado dye, wood. Photo Birgitte Munk

Detail from Braiding memory, 2022. Textile, bleached fabric, painting scraps. Photo Birgitte Munk

Untitled, 2023. Textile collage, yarn. 190×200 cm. Photo Birgitte Munk

Untitled, 2022. Photo print. 21×30 cm

Detail from ‘Untitled, 2023. Textile collage, yarn. 190×200 cm. Photo Birgitte Munk

Installation view Tools for the Future, Agnė Juodvalkytė. Photo Birgitte Munk

Detail from the book ANSKA. Photo credit Agne Juodvalkyte

Poster A3 for sale in the Studio, 50 kr.

TOOLS OF THE FUTURE
AGNÉ JUODVALKYTÉ

Enter ArtSpace
19. august – 3. september 2023

Opening 18. August 2023 16.00-19.00

Event 3. September 2023 13.00-14.00

Tools for the Future is origin and beginning

A Vessel and a Purple Shell

Tools for the Future is blue colour both imagined and lived

Tools for the Future is a loose weave, gauze like fabric

It is a ritual and a pattern at the same time

Visual artist Agnė Juodvalkytė combines textiles, painting, object making and archival materials to address the relationship between images and constructions of identity.

Tools for the Future showcase very carefully constructed textile objects and photography. The exhibition also incorporates elements of collage and mixed media, adding an additional layer of texture and depth to the work.

The exhibition explores the tactile qualities of different materials, using stitching and weaving techniques to create bold patterns and textures. Each piece is a celebration of the beauty and potential of everyday materials, inviting us to rethink our relationship with the objects that surround us.

Her first publication ‘’ANSKA’’ accompanies the show. It offers an overview of the artist’s studio practice from the past years.

Agnė Juodvalkytė also guested Enter Artspace in 2020 with her exhibition Cosmic Thread.

The exhibition is open during Festival Aarhus and is also a part of Juxtapose Art fair’s off-site program from September 1- 3.

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Read more about the artist Agnė Juodvalkytė

I Tools for the Future mødes omhyggeligt fremstillede tekstile genstande og fotografi. Udstillingen inkorporerer også elementer af collage og mixed media, der tilføjer et ekstra lag af tekstur og dybde til værkerne.

Agnė Juodvalkytė undersøger de forskellige materialers individuelle taktile egenskaber og bruger sy- og væveteknikker til at skabe mønstre og teksturer. Hvert værk er en fejring af skønheden og potentialet i hverdagens materialer, der inviterer os til at gentænke vores forhold med de genstande vi omgiver os med.

Hendes første udgivelse ”ANSKA” giver et overblik over kunstnerens atelierpraksis fra de seneste år.

Billedkunstner Agnė Juodvalkytė, f. 1987 Vilnius, Litauen, bor og arbejder i Berlin. Hendes værker kombinerer tekstiler, billedkunst og arkivalier. Agnė Juodvalkytė gæstede også Enter Artspace I 2020 med udstillingen Cosmic Thread.

Tools for the Future er en del af Aarhus festuges program ’Mind the Gab’ 25. august – 3. september samt Juxtapose Art fairs off-site program fra 1. – 3. september.

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Enter Artspace   –   Montanagade   –   8000   –   Aarhus C   –   Denmark