Janne Robberstad

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By spotogspindel | March 8, 2018

The international Women´s day this year was celebrated in a special way I´ve been wanting to do for years: Together with my good friends Ida Fugli and Sara Birgitte Øfsti, we opened our exhibition ”Undress my Ego”. Stord Art group invited us to use the art-exhibition room in Stord Culture-house. Here are some photos from the exhibition and the opening.

Undress my ego is an exhibition where we look at the textile industry, what clothes means to us, and how difficult it sometimes is to be sustainable, when you really want to look smashing too!

After this winter´s #meetoo-campaign, by embroidered bra got a new level of meaning.

above: “Black belt in shopping”


Above is a model of part of the human genome, where scientists recently discovered the shopping-gene. It was easily recognisable due to the golden glittery sparkle of the surface.

“The navel-viewer” is perfect for anyone who thinks the outside-world is too much to handle.

Part of a large textile work, illustrating all the textile fibers in the world.

Sara Birgitte Øfsti told the facetted story of the garment industry, from the factory-worker to the fashionista.

Ida Fugli had a performance picturing the human need to escape un-comfort.


For more from the exhibition, click here. 

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