Ege Carpet flatters both the installation and museum
Nine larger-than-life art pieces
An important part of the installation is the Ege Carpet designed to complement the sculpture suspended from the ceiling and to aesthetically flatter both the sculpture and the iconic Grand Salon. Numerous designs were trialed before reaching the final textile typography of an aerial form, in monochromatic hues. Please note, the WONDERful staircase!
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Museum Jorn, Denmark
The exhibition is complemented by a soft carpet to interplay and enhance colours in Munch's work primarily. “The carpet invites the visitor to travel through a colourful world that creates new experiences from what he sees and moves on,” says Malene Landgreen, contemporary artist and designer of the carpet and continues: “In addition, it has the practical function of gently guiding the visitor through the exhibition.