ART - Skulpturfabriken and Stina Lindholm

04/04/2021

Stina Lindholm has worked as a sculptor and designer through her company Skulpturfabriken since 1995. She holds a Master's degree in Sculpture MFA from the Konstfackskolan in Stockholm, as well as education at the Art Academy / Tessinskolan.

In her work with form and function she works both experimenting and challenging and combines this with the ability to find practical solutions. In her furniture and everyday products, the various components form, function, technology and materials are brought together and create a tight and timeless expression.
The material itself, its possibilities and limitations continue usually the process. The importance of clarity and obviousness is great, as well as the material's intrinsic tactile properties. The choice of material is usually concrete, which with its visible rawness is formed into elegant shapes and structures where often nature has been the source of inspiration.
Stina Lindholm has received several awards and her products and forms are represented all over Sweden and internationally. 

Stina Lindholm has worked as a sculptor and designer through her company Skulpturfabriken since 1995. She holds a Master's degree in Sculpture MFA from the Konstfackskolan in Stockholm, as well as education at the Art Academy / Tessinskolan.

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