- Published: 23.02.2023.
Jagoda Buić's Work Exhibited in Mayfair
Buić was known for her vast installations made out of textile cords, hemp and wool, and experiments with unusual surface textures, and was also a successful costume and set designer for opera, ballet, theatre and film productions. By dispensing with the traditional loom, she gave her works - which she called ‘tapestry situations’ - a new and powerful corporeality, boldly venturing into space and creating large-scale environments.
Buić’s work is situated alongside fibre sculptures of three other pioneers, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Barbara Levittoux-Świderska, and Ewa Pachucka, and new work by a younger generation of textile artists, Anna Perach and Egle Jauncems.
The exhibition was installed in January and can be viewed until March 18.