Kersan Art Studio / Yogyakarta / Indonesia 2015
The material I chose for my exhibition are Indonesian everyday materials like bamboo and clay - in the form of jars and bowls, as well as a common Indonesian visual symbol language. In this way I hope both physically and mentally to engage in dialogue with the Indonesian spirit.
Kronborg Carstel / Elsinore / Denmark 2008
I am working with three stages of the legend of Hamlet, freely adapted from Shakespeare: To Be / The Past, Or Not / The Present, To Be / The Future. From the organic body of primitive man - via our time’s preoccupation with the brain and artificial organs - to the control of the future of genes and technology.
OVERGADEN – Institute of Contemporary Art / Copenhagen 2005
ART • SCIENCE • SPIRITUALITY • PHILOSOPHY • ETHICS • CULTURE •
LANGUAGE • RACE • SEX • LABOUR • ECONOMY • POLITICS • UNIVERSE
|GLOBAL ‘HEART’ CIRKULATION
Arken Museum of Modern Art / Denmark 2002
The installation, visualizes society as a pulsing heart chamber that has the rhythm and sound of a ticking bomb – a reactor bursting with energy affecting life and death.
|GLOBAL - INHALATION - EXPIRATION
Water Reservoir / Plenzlauer Berg / Berlin / Germany 2001
Staged like a ‘lit de parade’, the installation is a reflection on the air we breathe, physically and mentally. How political leaders pollute other people’s lives. How power and finances corrupt, inducing a global lack of oxygen.
|PLACE NIKOLAJ PLACE
Nikolaj - Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center / Denmark 2000
PLACE TO DIE
PLACE TO BE OR NOT
PLACE TO SIT OUT-SIDE
PLACE TO PLAY THE GAME
|GREY - ZONE - ZONE
Museum of Contemporary Art / Roskilde/ Denmark 1999
The exhibition presents 5 installations which involve the spectators both physically and mentally, thus making them a part of these three-dimensional works.
Rødovre City Hall / Copenhagen 1998
The radars substitute for the classical vessels of sacred fire placed on top of the most important buildings in the ancient Greek communes to communicate with the gods above. In a democracy like Denmark, small talk is received.
Kunsthal Charlottenborg / Copenhagen 1996
Below six slate stones swinging above a lead-covered floor, speakers emitted different digitalized sound sequences – one for Art, one for Science and one for Spirituality.
Helsingør Harbour / Denmark 1996
A 17-meter sculpture placed at an angle in the sea directly outside Kronborg Castle, Elsinore, like a giant antenna turned to Europe, with its back to Scandinavia.
Kunsthallen Brandts / Odense / Denmark 1993
Twelve black burned wooden sculptures, dangling like lifeless bodies from metallic umbilical cords, are suspended among sculpture fragments, resting only on their bronze points.
Roskilde University Center / Denmark 1990
‘Circular Arc’ visualizes theoretical notions of ‘The Golden Cut’ in dialog with
life’s opposites of outer-inner / preservation-destruction / weight-lightness /
culture-nature / practice-theory.
B & W Ship Hall / Copenhagen 1989
The former B & W Shipyards hall (90x30x22 meters), is a ‘Contemporary Cathedral’ in an aesthetics-of-decay age.
|PLUS - MINUS
Glerie Asbæk / Copenhagen 1988
‘Plus-Minus’ a poetic, quiet installation, a magically lingering force field suffused with the internal energy of opposites: Fire-Ice / Black-White / Light-Heavy / Airy-Grounded.
La Mama La Galleria / New York 1988
Installation & Opera-performance ‘SOUL’ is a reflection of New York, the visible
‘SOUL’ of America
Sortedams Lake / Copenhagen 1987
|DEAD LIGHT / LIFE LIGHT
Kunsthal Charlottenborg / Copenhagen 1986
Gentofte Art Library / Copenhagen 1986
The installation ‘INSEMINATION’ is an open, planet-like, rhythmic landscape, a visual laboratory touching on past, present and future.
Langelinie Harbour / Copenhagen 1985
The Langelinie Project was a unique event, taking place in Denmark. A total of 38 visual artists were invited to create installations in the long low 3000-square-meter storehouse alongside the quay of Langelinie.