Exhibition at Stundars museum of crafts, co-exhibitor Terese Bast.
“Designer Petronella Nordman exhibits a collection of jackets inspired by the idea of a future globalised world, where different culture’s architecture, flora, fauna and languages meet.
The exhibition consists of jackets that mix, with the help of illustrations, applications and embroideries, typical Ostrobothnian elements with elements from other countries. What would a hybrid of the red rose and a Dandelion look like and how would the Whooper swan and the Chukar meet?
The most important thing in a globalised world is the communication between people. It is therefore up to the visitors to complete the exhibition by filling a jacket with their own language to let our thoughts meet.
The exhibition welcomes a globalised and multicultural future by showing our children how beautiful a union between countries can be.
Petronella Nordman is the founder of the clothing brand MINIBOM. By using recycled material, she creates colorful clothes mainly for children. Petronella is passionate about sustainable consumption, gender neutrality and local production. With a master's education as a Child Culture Designer, she designs products according to children's needs and perspectives.”