About the sculptures
Inspiration for the sculptures is the field of tension between figure and form. Or form follows figure. Where figure may be fragments of body parts or other known expressions, form will contribute with the abstract expression. Composition of figure and form creates an intuitive understanding, some say spiritual dimension, that stimulates and invites immersion into the inner personal world.
Technically, the basic material is concrete. Concrete is easily degradable in nature and at the same time has a texture that appeals in a more raw and unrefined direction. Or in other words to the imperfect. And the imperfect is an important part of my understanding of the world and its diversity. The imperfect aspect is a relief and can create more inner freedom and inner space.
In addition to the above, concrete also has the quality of being weatherproof with the right surface treatment. All sculptures can therefore be used both indoors and outdoors (frost-proof).
I have lived a life within design architecture and art, many years as owner and creative director of a Danish design company. Apart from doing design and art I have also been a small scale collector and a visitor to many of the major art event/exhibitions in the world.
I live just outside of Copenhagen with my wife. We have two grown up kids.
ART WEEKEND 4 - 5 May, The Lab, Copenhagen
ART WEEK COPENHAGEN, 23 - 26 May, Pavillon 11, Copenhagen
ART WEEKEND 20 - 22 September, The Lab, Copenhagen
KUNST FOR ALLE, 4 - 6 October, Lokomotivværkstedet, Copenhagen
Exhibitions in 2020
Galleri Studsgade 16, 6 - 8 August, Aarhus
Den Frie, Material Matters, 3 - 5 September, Copenhagen
Art at the Harbour, 5 - 6 September, Rungsted Havn
Kunst for Alle, 2 - 4 October, Lokomotivværkstederne, Copenhagen
Creative Mind Pop Up Gallery, December, Ringsted
Galleri C, December to February, Copenhagen
La Maison, Autumn/Winter, Thomasminde, Trige (Aarhus)