Monthly Archives: May 2007

Work in progress

Okay, now we’re this far.  Tomorrow I’ll remove all the pieces of cardboard. It´s about 438 pieces…  N.B. Please notice Nala performing her zehn-meditation. For one reason or another our cats always want to sit at my patchwork and meditate for hours! Even … Continue reading

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Stuff for Olivia

Today I´ve send a selection of postcards, collages, business cards, art-money and quilts to my publisher at Olivia. A gap has suddenly appeared in the line of scheduled publications – and I’ve agreed to step in. It means the deadline is … Continue reading

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One year ago it was Emilie – today it´s Marie

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“Handbooks” ready for Reykjavik

Tomorrow I send 3 brand new “practical handbooks” to an Artists´ Books exhibition in Sýningarsalur at Iceland.  I’m not going myself, but so are my travelling companions from the Vilnius tour. (Guess if, I’m just a little bit envious…) However, this is … Continue reading

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Recycled newspaper….

Look carefully: little sprouts are appearing in these homemade recycled paper jiffy pots.   I made the pots last week by wrapping some newspaper around this “thing”. I really don’t know what it’s called in English – it’s not to find in … Continue reading

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In exactly one month, Saturday 9th July it’s world-wide-knit-in-public-day (w.w.k.i.p. day) and you’re hereby invited to join a gathering from 13 – 16 at the Århus Music House. If it’s summer like and the sun shines we’ll be knitting outside … Continue reading

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A new call…

Yesterday I flickered trough a bunch of my collages and stuff – trying to pick out some qualified art work for another new Somerset publication. Tell me, how many magazines and special publications do these people manage to start….?! Anyway, … Continue reading

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