TRACES OF TIME January 2022





They search, they investigate, they challenge, they create. And they do it again and again and again. Fast and momentarily, slow and patient.

We present three artists, who all strive to create art leaving traces of impressions.

Mark Ebert Løvendahl – a new and young self-taught talent with a high degree of aesthetic sensibility. His paintings are vibrant and physical – playing with the duality between the formal painting as material and brush strokes as an abstract way of sensing the perception itself.

Charlotte Nielsen is an experienced artist. Her raku-burned ceramics have a special and raw industrial look – inspired by ancient basic forms. Charlotte brings her sculptures to a new place – modern ceramics with a corroded iron look – and yet they seem so organic and fragile. 

Ahrens Dokkedahlis making his debut on the art scene. He is creating a kind of mosaic paintings by sewing together canvases with layers and layers of paintings. Inspired by his background as social worker Ahrens strives to make narratives about social disruption, thereby creating room for reflexion. 

Saturday, January 15th2022 – from 11am to 2pm.

The exhibition is on view until February 19th2022

We look forward to seeing you.

Kind regards, LARS BONDE

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