Charlotte Johannesson’s Work Bridging Weaving and Early Digital Aesthetics Recognized at Nottingham Contemporary

An eponymous retrospective of Swedish artist Charlotte Johannesson opens at Nottingham Contemporary in the UK. Presenting textiles, plotter prints, and installations from her five decade career, the show underscores her importance bridging weaving to early digital aesthetics in the 1980s (image: Digital Human, 1981-86). A tableau of “1960s counterculture, feminism, punk,” as described by curator Nicole Yip, Johannesson was recently recognized at the Venice Biennale (2022) and the Reina Sofia (2021).

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