Andreas Eriksson: 'Mapping memories, tracing time'
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Inspired by the rural surroundings of where he lives in Sweden, Andreas Eriksson's neutral-coloured tapestries are lightly textured evocations of a semi-abstract landscape. The artist, known for his painting of nature, created the tapestries in collaboration with a team at Stockholm's Handarbetets Vänner textile school. The finished pieces took over two years to produce, at a rate of just a couple of centimetres per day.