DOBBELTSYN / DIPLOPIA, 2012

Clausens Kunsthandel, Copenhagen


Photo: Erling Lykke Jeppesen

The light and atmosphere of the twilight hour in the exhibition space is captured in a large photography, which is mounted on the same wall it pictures. The treaces of the use of spirit level, pencil and nails have been retained in a 1:1 image of a bare exhibition wall and transformed into abstract poetry. An enlarged spirit level with pink liquid creates a fragile stabillity. The exhibition emphasies the passage of time, rhythm of the day and elusiveness in the characteristic showroom of Clausens Kunsthandel situated in a building from 1668, with slanting floors and walls.

Tidsrum, 2012

Tidsrum, 2012
152 x 222 cm, unika. Somerset Photo Satin, 300 gr

Instrument, 2012
180 x 230 x 60 cm. Iron, glass, colored water, pipe fitting

Instrument, 2012
180 x 230 x 60 cm. Iron, glass, colored water, pipe fitting

Tidspunkt, 2012
22 x 35 cm, unika. Somerset Photo Satin, 300 gr
Old traces of pencils and nail holes, when trying to mark the horizontal and vertical levels at the gallery wall, have been maintained in a 1:1 photography.

Snit ll + lll, 2012
180 x 85 + 85 x 60 cm, 12 + 6 mm glass, mirror foils

untitled, 2012
45 x 200 x 100 cm. Concrete

untitled, 2012
45 x 200 x 100 cm. Concrete

untitled, 2012
45 x 200 x 100 cm. Concrete

Dobbeltsyn/Diplopia
painting by Michael Mørk