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The Wool Parade

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Abstracted shapes “as living creatures – each given locomotion by the possibilities and restrictions inherent in it’s own physical form – the objects ‘finding their own way’ both despite & because of their own physical properties & limitations.” The Wool Parade was created by Studio AKA for the Danish textile company Kvadrat.

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