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Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3 / Disordered conditions: 1-2-3, Copenhagen

 

Exhibition event, lasted one evening, Mach 2015

The general theme for the exhibition was the feeling of paralysis and self-censorship. 1-2-3 refers to the counting we sometimes do before a take off. Here as a take off to actions that never really gets further than to the start point, and then repeat themselves, oppresses themselves, getting stuck. Disordered conditions refers both to the choice of exhibition space, the condition of my apartment, as well as the content of the installations made in each room, and the general area of interest in my art. I transformed the three major rooms in my apartment into a total installation. The installations in each room included existing artworks. And also parts of the original function and interior of each room, was included.

I wanted to use a private space as frame for the exhibition and make it last only one evening. Researching how my interest of visualizing inner emotional states and conflicts would appear in a private setting. Both in order to provide another frame, with the possibility of other setup aesthetics often used in galleries. But also as a link to the actual content of the exhibition, inner emotional states. Which present themselves to us again and again, but often difficult for us to dare being in and feel, and therefore gets volatile, like a short evening that passes by.

 

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room l

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll - The text on the table is in danish. A repetition of the sentence jeg kan jeg. In English i can i.

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room ll

Uordnede forhold: 1-2-3, 2015, room lll