Creating Art with Stacks of Clothing

The Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen has been working with articles of clothing in various ways to create art.

An exhibition at the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, Denmark.

Stacks of shirts. The Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aarlborg, Denmark was showing the work of Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen who works with articles of clothing like this stack of shirtsOverview of a pile of shirts that fill the better part of a gallery wall.The Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aarlborg, Denmark was showing the work of Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen who works with articles of clothingDetail from above.The Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aarlborg, Denmark was showing the work of Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen who works with articles of clothingIn an interesting experiment the museum workshop had sheets of (mostly) blue shirts printed on stacks of paper that allowed people to create their own ‘clothing’ art.In an interesting experiment the Art Museum in Aarlborg, Denmark had sheets of shirts (mostly blue) printed on paper which allowed people to create their own 'clothing' artAnother array of paper shirts.In an interesting experiment the Art Museum in Aarlborg, Denmark had sheets of shirts (mostly blue) printed on paper which allowed people to create their own 'clothing' artAnother thing that caught my eye in Aalborg were these store windows. I’m not sure if this was the work of a local artist inspired by the work of Kaarina Kaikkonen or part of a major advertising campaign. Store window with stacks of jeans in Aalborg, DenmarkStore window with stacks of jeans in Aalborg, DenmarkMore on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Piles or Stacks.

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