Fnug is the Danish name for a fluff ball. Those small creates that roll around under the bed. Fnug is like a creature with its own voice. The sculpture was shown together with Tumbleweed and Felted Sphere, two other earlier works by Tine Bech, in an exhibition exploring the borderline between world and body.
The borderline between world and body (is) not sharply defined. The body will be projected into the world, and the world will be interjected into the Body. Body and world are continually interchanged.
Paul Schilder, 1935.
The Sculpture is felted; an old process of lying out stands of carded wool fibres and then manipulating them into the ultimate shape. The process of making becomes part of how the work is shaped – similar to Tumbleweed and Felted Sphere
Royal British Sculptors Gallery, London, UK 2005.
ArtCommunication, Denmark 2003 and 2004.
Antenna Studios, Signal 03, London, UK, 2003.
Aarhus Kunstbygning (Centre for Contemporary Art), Denmark 2002.
Foyer Gallery, Farnham, UK 2002.