Group exhibition, "Pæne Ting" ("Nice Things") at Christoffer Egelund. I'm showing six sculptural works.
On the photo is my site-specific installation: "My life and fortunes are a monstrosity, partly because of Hera, partly because of my beauty. If only I could shed my beauty and assume an uglier aspect. The way you would wipe color off a statue." (2017), frisbee.
NAPOLEON'S HAT - THE BAKERY AS A SITE OF SEXUAL AND COLONIAL CONQUEST
I did the lecture performance "Napoleon's Hat - The Bakery as a site of Sexual and Colonial Conquest" at Inkonst for TEATERNS NATT
MASTER AND SERVANT
A series of participatory performances on cd-shelves, pop songs and narrativity theory takes place through February and March at Malmö Art Academy.
A group exhibition in Kunsthal Ved Siden Af in Svendborg. At the opening I facilitated the karaoke performance "Karaoke Conquest 2000 - Tell Me Norwegian Girl, How to Enter Your World?". At the exhibition I showed four sculptures: "A Girl Tells a Boy He Is Adonis So He Dances until His Feet Turns into Marble", "Preform, Amorphous Torso of a Young Man in Feather Boa", "Preform, Amorphous Torso of a Young Man with Flamingo" and "Preform, Amorphous Torso of a Young Man Wearing Lottery Ring Mistaken for Masai Necklace" (photo).
(Anna Walther / Anne Langgaard / Mette Moltke Wozniak / Pernille Kragh / Anna Sjöström / Jakob Kvist / Filip Vest / Ana Maria Lima Dimitrijevic / Nanna Katharina Jensen / Farid Salti)
12 - 7 - 1
A pop-up group exhibition at the bakery, Mønsterbageriet, curated by Anna Walther and Anne Langgaard. I showed the works: "GRIND" (right) and "fifty leagues of coast on the one side and the other side of this town, the seacoast being low with many sand-hills, some of which are two leagues or more in length. The country beyond these sand-hills is level, with many fertile plains, in which are such beautiful river banks” (left).
(Sif Hedegård, Ludmila Hrachovinová, Mette Kit Jensen, Heine Klausen Kjærgård, Anne Langgaard, Cilla Leitao, Victor Lizana, Tine Bay Lührssen, Hannah Amailie Nielsen, Andreas Schulenburg, Filip Vest & Anna Walther)
For the New Students Exhibition at Malmö Art Academy I showed the works "Euphemia, the City Where Memory is Traded" (above), "At Night We Paste Paper Strips on Our Air Vents to Make the Sound of Leaves Rustling in the Wind" and the lecture performance "The Story of the Two Entangled Snakes".
SOMMERSKULPTUR SØBY BIENNALE
My work "Sattelite View 1:1 (Detail)" was part of the summer biennale in Søby at Ærø,
(With Nanna Abell, Christian Olavara Dinesen, Julie Gufler, Christine Overvad Hansen, Ole Hartvig, Hannah Heilmann, Uffe Isolotto, Heidi Hove, Morten Kramer Jacobsen, Tine Oksbjerg Jensen, Sophus Ejler Jepsen, Rasmus Søndergaard Johannsen, Claus Haxholm, Lea Guldditte Hestelund, Honza Hoeck, Heine Kjærgaard Klausen, Anne Mette Schultz, Merete Slyngborg, Anne Kathrine Sørup, Lars Worm, Lea Momberg, Lulu Refn, Line Lyhne, Ruben Ostan Vejrup, Signe Raunkjær Holm and more).
THE SPRING EXHIBITION 2016, CHARLOTTENBORG
Three of my works have been selected for the Spring Exhibition 2016 at Charlottenborg. The exhibition opens on the 10th of March from 19-22. The selected works are (from left to right): "Sous les Pavés, la Plage", "Stucco Pieces are Called By Women's Names Because They're Only for Ornamental Purposes (after Richard Serra)" and "You'll be a Woman Soon."
THE AUTUMN EXHIBITION 2015
My work "Scale in a scale of 1:1" has been selected for the censored autumn exhibition at Den Frie udstillingsbygning in Copenhagen. The site-specific installation consists of a 24 m scale placed in relation to a screenshot from an apple maps search on the exhibition place. The exhibition runs from November to January, and opens on Friday the 6th of Nov, 17-20.
LUMEN PRIZE 2015
My work "Lundbye's Coast - Oblivion" has been selected for the international Lumen Prize exhibition. The exhibition will go to Shanghai, New York, Wales and London. UPDATE: "Lundbye's Coast - Oblivion" won the Lumen Prize Still Image Award 2015!
SMK FRIDAYS - MIX IT UP!
29/05 - 31/05/2015
I exhibited two large scale installations: "Lundbye's Coast - Oblivion" and "22 Skies" at SMK, The National Gallery of Denmark, as part of a group show, titled "Mix it Up".