Tove Storch - Fiskars Village Biennale, Fiskars, FI

Tove Storch participates in Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale, Fiskars, FI with her work 'Untitled' (2019) consisting of 70 individual sculptural forms that all together forms one large outdoor installation. The work will be on show until 15.09.19. ⁠⠀

From symbiotic relationships to interdependencies: from the 19th of May to the 15th of September, the 2019 Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale places the question of coexistence in the forefront. How can one become better at living together while dealing with differences? In combining art and design, the Biennale offers a unified experience while asking whether the two disciplines can benefit and learn from each other.⁠⠀
The exhibition invites the visitors to slow down, to focus their attention and attune to the signals, materials and processes that shape the fabric of the everyday but easily go unnoticed amidst its hum and rumble. Instead of offering a mere visual spectacle, Beings with strives to feed diverse senses and imagination. The works of art are displayed in the Threshing House, the Old Granary and along the river passing through the village. " - Fiskars Biennale, 2019. ⁠⠀


Miriam Bäckstrøm, Michael Kvium & Superflex are all included in the group exhibition CIRCUS at Gl. Holtegaard

Miriam Bäckström, Michael Kvium & Superflex are all included in the group exhibition Circus at Gl. Holtegaard, Holte, DK opening 23.08.2019. Bäckström will show the monumental tapestry 'The Opposite of Me is I' (2011), Michael Kvium will show 'Illusion' (2017) and Superflex will show their video work 'Flooded McDonald's' (2009). 

The museum writes: The circus holds a central position within the last 150 years of art history. The meaning and significance of the circus motif has changed over time, but the theme itself seems to never have fallen out of fashion. With the exhibition CIRCUS, Gammel Holtegaard wishes to shed light on selected themes associated with the circus motif back from the 1890s to the present day.

The exhibition runs until 05.09.2020. 


Lea Porsager - (WEAK) FORCE, Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, DK

Artist Lea Porsager's exhibition [WEAK] FORCE is a promiscuous play between spiritual and quantum physics. The exhibition goes to quantum physics through tantric practice and Kundalini technology. In the exhibition with Lea Porsager you can see, among other works, the work HORNY VACUUM. It consists of a 3D animated film; three telescopic steel horns; two red, inflated 'eco-tech tube walls' used to curb flooding, and a Baculum, a penis bone from a walrus pierced and transformed into a spiritual horn. 

Lea Porsagerh has attended a residency programme at CERN - the European Organization for High Energy Physics. Out of this meeting, the exhibition [WEAK] FORCE, inspired by the neutrino, springs. The neutrino is the mysterious elemental particle also called "The Ghost Particle", which physicist Wolfgang Pauli conceived of in 1930. The mass of neutrinos is 100,000 times smaller than the electrons and the body is constantly penetrated by these small particles coming from outer space. Neutrino horns are used for particle tests at CERN. Briefly, the neutrino horn is used to focus a neutrinoflow to a beam. In this way, it becomes possible to study these intangible particles that constantly bombard the earth. 

In Porsager's 3D animations, the spectator floats like a neutrino particle through virtual neutrino horns - accompanied by a pulsating sound of gong and mantras. The movies must be experienced With 3D anaglyph glasses on. Porsager's special glasses extend the limited human sensory system with an extra glass - a third eye.

The exhibition is supported by the Obelske Family Fund and the Beckett Foundation. The work HORNY VACUUM is donated to the museum's collection of the New Carlsberg Foundation and has been represented at the 2019 BLOOM festival.

Roskilde Festival and BLOOM are both partners at the exhibition.

The LP is supported by the Augustinus Foundation.

CØSMIC STRIKE is created as part of the Collide International Award, Arts at CERN and FACT, and coproduced by ScANNER. Supported by Danish Arts Foundation.


Torbjørn Rødland - Fifth Honeymoon, KIASMA The Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki, FI

KIASMA, The Finnish National Gallery in Helsinki, Finland will be showing the traveling solo exhibition Fifth Honeymoon opening 13.09.2019. 

The Museum writes: The feeling of unease is often present in Rødland’s photographs. In his works the viewer encounters an ambiguous scene which may be the result of either tenderness or violence. The subject is often a person in a disturbingly intimate situation filled with tension and which allows multiple interpretations.

Although Rødland’s medium is photography, the key work in the exhibition Fifth Honeymoon is the new film Between Fork and Ladder, shot in Los Angeles and the scenic landscape of Norway’s Lofoten Islands."

The exhibition will run until  05.01.2020. 


Jone Kvie - Cosmological Arrows at Bonniers Konsthall

Jone Kvie will be included in the upcoming international group show 'Cosmological Arrows' at Bonniers Konsthall with five works in total. One of them is the work 'Celestial Body II' (2012) made from jesmonite and graphic. The image shows 'Celestial Body II'. 


Lea Porsager - Cosmological Arrows at Bonniers Konsthall

Lea Porsager will be included in the upcoming international group show 'Cosmological Arrows' at Bonniers Konsthall with her total installation 'E(AR)THERIC SLIME ~ POST-OP' including four individual works. The image shows one of her four works 'QUEEN BED' that is part of her total installation. ⁠⠀


Michael Kvium - Skitsen, Museet Holmen, Løgumkloster, Dk

Museet Holmen, Løgumkloster, Denmark presents the exhibition Skitsen by Michael Kvium. 


Olaf Breuning - Kapital Melancholia, DFK-Funen Art Academy, Odense, DK

Olaf Breuning participates in Kapital Melancholia - advent calendar show at DFK-Funen Art Academy, Odense, DK.