Krista Rosenkilde, Anne Torpe og Line Busch.
Arranged by Mie Olise Kjærgaard
Opening event 26. April kl 17-19
Aarhusgade 120, Nordhavn
Other opening hours onsdag – fredag kl 11-16.
Oblique Strategies is a card-based method for promoting creativity jointly created by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, first published in 1975.
They made the cards and exchanged. This method has especially been practiced by musicians for creativity.
In the curatorial choices of the exhibition the artists has exchanged creative cards – images of their works – as a communication – hereby the exhibition has taken it’s form.
KRISTA ROSENKILDE (1982) has a master in Fine Art from the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts 2003-2009 og is a founding memoer of the artist run exhilitionspace Førstetilvenstre (2005).
Rosenkilde works in various medias, graphic print, sculpture, painting and collage. The works are often abstract og in a universe of patterns and tight geometric form with references back to the 20s constructivism and Bauhaus.
The dynamic relations between form, color, flatness and the line works as a geometric rhythm, that activates the works.
Krista Rosenkilde seeks that her works primarily talks to the senses as to the intellect, and in that way suggest that painting not necessarily has to be analyzed and mean something, but also can exist on its own to be experienced.
ANNE TORPE (f. 1981) is an artist from Akademie der Bildende Kunste in Munich(D) + The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen (2009).
Figures and all sizes accumulate in Anne Torres paintings. Figures that are detached from their origin assembled in a new way. Silent they are observing us. The come from photos, souvenirs from all over the world and cravings of cabinets of nature, among others collected from Albertus Seba (1665-1736).
The figures gets filtrated. Some of them even comes out of their two dimensional surface and transform into concrete and pigments.
Line Busch (f. 1979, artist from Aarhus Academy of Art works coloristic, and abstractly in painting with a relief of cut and turned canvas. The focus point is to create an optical delusion and color grades with optical light effect. She often works on the raw canvas, which with it’s texture works as a contrast to the painted canvas.