Alice Folker Gallery shows Kinship, a design exhibition focusing on the importance of strong collaboration, good craftsmanship and clear communication. The exhibition, which is part of 3daysofdesign, investigates the relationship between a curator and a presentation of a given design, and it focuses on the need for interdisciplinary process and communication.
Designer Birgitte Due Madsen, architect Anne Dorthe Vester and curator Henriette Noermark have come together with the goal of creating a well-defined common mass, where all parties’ contributions to the exhibition are equally important. While the dialogue is based on selected existing works by Birgitte Due Madsen (Lucid Chair, 2023, Neon Cast, 2023 and Breton Cubes, 2022) and Anne Dorthe Vester (Kilen, 2022 and Vitrine, 2023), it will result in a series of joint works signed by all three, with a clear kinship to the two designers’ existing portfolio. In the exhibition, these new works will be presented side by side with the objects that form the basis of the collaboration and the basis of the series’ existence.