Untitled 2 Shaft woven textile, linen 13cm x 70cm not for sale
Untitled 2 The interplay of changes in the multilayered and then partially reversed fabric explores the reaction between traditional weaving technique and material. It uses the exchanges of different layers in the textile construction as "seams" and the rigid material of linen to create three-dimensionality.
Nora Lardon, 1995*, is a textile designer and artist living in Halle/Saale, Germany. She grew up in Basel/Switzerland and moved to Leipzig/Germany in 2015 to study at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst from 2015-2017. She continued her studies with a focus on textile design at Burg Giebichenstein Halle/Saale, graduating in March 2022. She lived in Vienna to study at the Academy of Arts "die Angewandte" in the class of drawing and printmaking 2020-2021 as part of an exchange program. Nora Lardon exhibited in several exhibitions in Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands and won the DAAD award for "outstanding achievement and commitment" in 2020. In her works she deals with the fundamental substance of textile and explores it through drawing, printmaking old, traditional and new textile technologies. Her works are characterized by material properties, which together with the textile construction are decisive for the shaping of the objects.