HVER OG EN / EACH AND EVERYONE, 2014

Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Aarhus, Denmark

Photo: Gert Skærlund Andersen

The works presented focus on the dinstinctive versus the universal. The title Each and Everyone suggests an all inclusive unity but at the same time refers back to the individual objects which make up the whole.

A key work is Line of Descent, a three metres long bronze cast of an apple tree - from the roots to the tiny buds at the end of the branch. The organic structure of the tree is also visible in Atlas - a frottage of the artist's desk. By calling forth the surface of the table via a graphite imprint, the work maps out the work process taking place at the table.

Basic parts. Bronze


Stolpe 4×4. Bronze

I on (ll). Wax

Where we meet. Paper and wax

Hver og én. Fabric and wax

Unbidden fruit. Wax

Unbidden fruit (detail)

Line of Descent, bronze

Line of Descent, bronze

Line of descent (detail)

Atlas. Frottage. graphite, Japanese paper

Naked. Frottage. graphite, Japanese paper

Naked (detail)

Naked (detail)