Ýr Jóhannsdóttir is an Icelandic based textile designer and artist. Since 2012 Ýr has been creating knitted textiles under the name Ýrúrarí.
Her work explores the possibilities of new visual elements knit can create in spaces and on the human body in a way of illustrating the everyday three dimensional space.
Ýr knit works are on the wide spectrum from hand knitting figurative fun pieces on old jumpers to machine knitting abstract and complex mathematical textiles, working with the technique of weaving, OP art and making dimensions meet on the surface of knitted fabric.
Follow up on Ýr’s work and get a peek into her process at http://www.yrurari.com/ or www.instagram.com/yrurari
Ýr is the 2018 Nes recipient of the Künstlerhaus Lukas residency scholarship and exchange.