11.03.2011 - 30.04.2011
We are very pleased to announce our first solo exhibition by Tove Storch.
The exhibition presents a series of five new sculptural works made of stainless steel and silk. The sculptures consist of two elements: a bearing part and an enclosing membrane, and they vary in size and shade. The changeable, silent works insist on a physical presence and together they form a totality – a place in which communication and meaning get lost in the complexity of beholding and being around objects without function.
Tove Storchs artistic project can be viewed as a continuous investigation of sculptural possibilities. The combination of a tight minimal mode of expression and delicate, fragile materials gives physical shape to complex reflections on form, time and space. Her works challenge the viewer’s perception of space and reality and ask questions to what sculpture is and is able to do.
Within recent years Storch has exhibited at Malmö Art Museum (SE), Auckland Trienneal (NZ), Museum of Modern Art Sao Paolo (BR), Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art (DK), Gl. Holtegaard (DK), and Kunsthallen Brandts (DK).
Tove Storch (born 1981) is educated from The Royal Danish Art Academy in 2007. Storch lives and works in Copenhagen.
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