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If You Stare At Me I Luckily Don't See It (2018) Hand crafted banner, cottonline with woven white braille, mounted on two 200 cm oak poles.Wowen by blind weaver, the piece invites the observers touch, but for the seeing audience, a translation is requiered for the white on white braille sentence.





Blind Idioms (2018)
63 domino handmade tiles 2x5 cm/ wood, black pearls with letters and braile
 Performance 40.00 min.
Performance with Søren Høgh. He sits in silence at the table and spell 4 different literary sentences which  link blindness to ignorance, stupidity and deficiency.

This work consists of several subparts and using several media and forms, it constitutes a polyphonous entity. One photograph on the wall has captured a snapshot of a table that is physically located in the room, and the table covered by Domino pieces is the central stage of several performances.


Blind Idioms (Blind Idioms (2018)





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UnUnUntitled Photogravure (2018)
40x50 cm ED 1/5+1AP

Images accompanying true stories about people becoming blind
due to various dramatic life changing events







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Homesweet Home (2018)
Audio 18.00 min

Descriptions of the home of people with visual impairment. The
audio work focuses on the design and choice of decorations,
which makes their home ‘a home sweet home’

 En fræk fadøl/ A dirty Pint (2017) 50x60 cm Watercolor, pen
Selected online statements from men regarding the term’ a dirty pint’ 











Do you feel lucky (2017)

                             200 homemade and edible fortune cookies with collected pickup lines from both men and women

The audience
Mother O mine  (2016)

Watercolor and pencil, various sizes

The work deals with the  concept of the mother through collected stories and statements.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
A mother is the female parent of a child. Mothers are women who inhabit or perform the role of bearing some relation to their children, who may or may not be their biological offspring. Thus, dependent on the context, women can be considered mothers by virtue of having given birth, by raising their child(ren), supplying their ovum for fertilisation, or some combination thereof. Such conditions provide a way of delineating the concept of motherhood, or the state of being a mother.








From Italy with Love  (2016)
Watercolor and pencil 30x40 cm
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Illustrated text messages

Mark