Ready for Det Røde Pakhus, Hobro. The exhibition opens 1. July.
The atelier has moved outdoor under the apple tree. I am in the process of modeling jars for “UP-DOWN” in Det Røde Pakhus in Hobro. The exhibition opens 1. July.
More info later on where and when. 🙂
Working in the studio on a collection of ceramic samples / plates I hope will turn out well. It might then be a part of my upcoming project Artmoney Nord.
Just launched 2 creative weekends:
June 10 – June 11: Mixed course course
A wild and inspiring weekend where we’ll throw all imaginable materials on the table – add and subtract, play with composition, opposition, and simplification – and glue, sew, bind, immerse and transform it all – into lovely picture boards and / or artists’ books. 😉
24-25. June: Universal and Spiritual Symbols
Here we’ll work with patterns like the MANDALA and FLOWER OF LIFE. As it’s summertime and the garden in full bloom, we also take a special detour looking at relationships between nature and geometry – based on Keith Critchlow’s “The Hidden Geometry of Flowers”.
Both courses are hands-on/ creativity-in-practice and take place at my studio G13 in Aarhus. Limited number of seats. Registration and further information – here – or on mobile (+45) 21471871
One week trip to Berlin, one of my recurring “destinations”. So great to be here – but really really cold – not much spring feeling here! It is absolutely necessary to go indoors to have coffee – where we “usually” sit outside. Fortunately, I have had the best company. Emilie joined me to Berlin, as a well deserved break after her recent graduation as a journalist.
We have sucked inspiration in flea markets, museums, concerts and music installation / performance – and colleced a good stock of old posters and other “stuff” that will be included in upcoming collages / artworks.
I’m full now and only looking forward to coming home and just be at my atelier!
Good news for ARTMONEY NORD: We’ve got a “yes” from Bornholm, they’ll support the project!
We have also got an appointment with Dokk1, Aarhus’ amazing and beautiful new multimedia house, perfectly located on the waterfront. We even have our appointment in the Aarhus Festuge/ Festival Week (= last week in August). Just tell me, how lucky can you be?
As you probably all know, Aarhus is European Capital of Culture in 2017 so here’s a fierce competition for all the good venues and for resources in general. However, we’re now in the lucky position of having access to Demokrateket a flexible area right at the entrance at Dokk1, where we can combine both exhibition, workshop and debate. What a challenge!
This weekend I have just started to write text and find images for the festival program, a good – and free – media platform to communicate our project from. And as mentioned, I also have to seek funds for the organization of workshops, artists’ talks, etc. Wonder if I ever run out of things that need to be done? 😉
My “Indian pictures” is now on display at Café Gaya in Aarhus for the next two months. I’m pleased how well my “Indian palette” works with the apricot-colored walls, so drop by and see for yourself.
The café has a nice, warm atmosphere, a good and ecological cuisine. You can enjoy everything from green tea and cakes, to hot soup, dinner buffet – and events like live music, lectures focusing on spiritual subjects and self development, and now also my paintings.