Thank you to graphic designer Nete Banke from Imperiet, and to the writers Jorunn Veiteberg, Lars Dybdahl and Stephanie Serrano Sundby. And to photographer Dorte Krogh for the fantastic pictures!
The book can be purchased from selected bookstores at designmuseums, here in Copenhagen at Louisiana Museum store, or from diverse internet book stores.
Arnoldsche Art Publishers will publish a book with my works from the past 20 years very soon! Graphic designer Nete Banke and I went to the printer Narayana Press, to go through all the colour adjustments. So exciting to see the final result!
This autumn I teach a course at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, MA programme Ceramic Design, together with my colleague Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl. The students work with the rococo, and the history about how porcelain was introduced to european factory production. I gave a talk about Nordic Network for Contemporary Ceramics research trip to Meissen and Dresden, which resulted in the Zwinger und Ich exhibition.
We started out breaking up the porcelain clay into its basic components: Kaolin, silica, and feldspar.
Honored to be this years external examiner for six MA exams at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, the Art and Craft department.
Some years ago KODE in Bergen purchased one of my works from the Place to be Lost series. It is now giving name to, and part of the group show Place to be Lost at the museum. The exhibition is on until 30 September 2018.
Exhibition opening with the Danish Minister for Culture.
San Simpliciano, Piazza Paolo VI 6,
Monday, 16 April, press preview at 15.00–19.00
I am happy to announce that I will be part of the MIndcraft 18 exhibition in Milan.
The exhibition is curated by Ditte Hammerstrøm, and is an award winning international exhibition concept presented by The Danish Arts Foundation.