Nightmare, painted ceramics, 95 x 40 x 20 cm
Caught, painted ceramics, 70 x 43 x 45 cm
Fast Asleep, clay, plaster, oil paint, 102 x 25 x 33 cm
. . Sleepwalker, painted ceramics, 80 x 48 x 22 cm
The Sleepwalker is like a novel. It tells about an inner state of mind, an activity, a location and a time period.
Hair (red), painted ceramics, 39 x 20 x 10 cm
Hair (black), painted ceramics, 52 x 22 x 17 cm
Pillow, painted ceramics, 42 x 48 x 15 cm
Sleeping Beauty Falling, painted ceramics, (wall piece) 102 x 39 x 24 cm
Dreamwalker, painted ceramics, 46 x 30 x 30 cm
This piece deals with the pssobility of illustrating an inner state of mind not only with the posture of a figure, but with the surface texture and images.
Sleeping Beauty Project, Galleri kbh kunst, installation view
Aging Beauty, Indian ink on paper, 118 x 157 cm
Sleeping Prince, Indian ink on paper, 113 x 136 cm
Sleeping Beauties, Indian ink on paper, 105 x 105 cm
Sleeping Beauty Falling, Take One, detail, Indian ink on paper, 65 x 128 cm
Sleeping Beauty Falling, Take Two, detail, Indian ink on paper, 96 x 129 cm
Sleeping Beauty Falling, Take Three, detail, Indian ink on paper, 94 x 124 cm
Theses three paintings are a lose reference to Eadweard Muybridge and the effect of motion through multiple imagages. Repeating a similar moment with this technoque, highlights the moment and thickens to a plot.
The Attempt, watercolor on paper, 80 x 55 cm
The Failed Attempt, watercolor on paper, 80 x 55 cm
Visual narration of a story requires two images. One description of “Before” and one of “After”. With just two images we can relate a progression in time, an action or a whole tragedy.