At his first major solo exhibition in Copenhagen, Johan Rosenmunthe directs our attention to the objects that surround us – and not least our interaction with them. According to the artist, things are not just dead artefacts, but containers of information that are deposited in the material such as DNA residues and sound waves. This thesis is unfolded in a series of new works which in a sort of speculative archaeology display and dissect everyday objects.
In her practice, Lea Guldditte Hestelund is interested in how we perceive and ascribe meaning to the body in contemporary Western society. In this solo presentation she explores the boundaries between human and non-human bodies. The exhibition will consist of an installation that sets the stage for a mysterious science fiction scenario in which different objects and sculptures address and act as bodies.
For a longer period of time, the Portuguese visual artist Duarte Filipe and the Danish digital artist Christoffer Birkkjær have explored the potentials at the intersection of classical drawing and computer visualisation. Based on this collaboration they present a new installation that invites the audience on a journey into the universe of drawing.