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Udgangspunktet for Trine Drivsholms glasobjekter er ofte genkendelige urformer som krukker, vaser eller andre beholder. Det er dog det æstetiske, som interesserer hende og ikke den oprindelige brugsfunktion. Trine Drivsholm har stor sans for at finde en perfekt afbalanceret form med næsten endegyldige proportioner og forene den med objekternes farve og overflade. Matte, silkeagtige overflader og sarte farvetoner understreger de bløde, bølgende organiske linjer. Andre gange fremhæves det taktile gennem ru overflader, der appellerer til berøring.

Af Curator Paula Rossini

 

 

 

 

Trine Drivsholm often uses recognizable forms such as vases, urns or other vessels as a starting point for her glass sculptures. It is, however, the aesthetic properties of the vessel that interests her most as opposed to its functional use. Trine Drivsholm has a great sense for finding a perfectly balanced shape with definitive proportions and combining it with the colour and surface of objects. Mat, silky surfaces and delicate tones emphasize the soft, wavy organic lines. While at other times, the tactile qualities are highlighted through rough surfaces, which appeal to the touch.

By Curator Paula Rossini

 

Trine Drivsholm

Education

1990-91       International Glass Centre, England
1996             Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland
1996-98       Design School Kolding, DK
1997             Masterclass w. Baldwin&Guggisberg, Pilchuck, USA
                      Masterclass w. Lino Tagliapietra, Haystack, USA
1998             Opens “Møhl & Drivsholm Glas”, Ebeltoft, DK
2000             Masterclass w. Richard Marquis, Northlands, UK

 Awards

1998             Kunsthåndværkerprisen af 1879
2004             Hempels Glaspris
2005             Silkeborg Kunstnerlegat

Selected exhibitions

2008             Trine Drivsholm, SOLO show, The Glassery, Sweden
2010             Collect, Flow Gallery, London, UK
2011             Danish Glass, Ernsting Stuftung, Germany
2012             Hot&Cool, Ebeltoft Glassmuseum, Denmark
2012             10 Danish Artists of Crafts, Kominka Museum & Nagano ,Japan
2013             10 Danish Artists of Crafts, Ishikawa Public Museum, Japan
2013             Nordic Contemporary Glass, The Glassfactory, Sweden
2014             Nordic Comtemporary Glass, Pera Museum, Istanbul, Turkey
2015             Variation in repetition, SOLO show ,The Glassery, Sweden
2016             Dansk Design nu, Designmuseum København, DK
2017/18       Scandinavian Glass – Starting all over; Sweden, Finland, Denmark
2018             Scandinavian Glass, Vessel Gallery, London, England

Represented

Glasmuseum Ebeltoft, Denmark
National Arts & Design Collection, Denmark
Design Museum, Denmark
Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondhjem, Norway
Glasmuseum Hoogeveen, Holland
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Germany
Glasmuseum Lette, Germany
Racine Art Museum, Wisconsin, USA