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
It’s like a novel. It tells a story about a person’s inner state of mind, activity,location and time period: Hangover, sleepwalking, English seaside hotel, 1889?
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
The Sound o Falling, painted ceramics, (wall piece) 102 x 39 x 24 cm
So, if you are passed out - completely - you might actually still be aware of the little noises that surround you. The ticking and gurgling, flapping and swishing. That's at least what the scientists say.
Dreamwalker, painted ceramics, 46 x 30 x 30 cm
We should all dream of roses every once in while and feel really English. Don’t forget to wear gloves for the thorny bits.
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 loose reference to Eadweard Muybridge and the effect of motion through multiple images. The repetition highlights the moment and thickens the 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 a minimum of 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.