Mette Hartung Kirkegaard

Visual Artist / Based in Copenhagen / Studied at Fatamorgana, Glasgow School of Art and Akademin Valand

Posts From the monthly archives: "July 2017"

Developing an intimate connection to a location or subject forms the basis of all Mette Hartung Kirkegaards works. The ongoing themes are relationships, the interspace and a fascination of a world that can be experienced both physically and emotionally. At Land404 Mette is creating two different works. The first project consists of 20.000 painted…(Read More)

Louise Möller

In her artistic work Louise Möller combines a background in graphic design with her current architecture studies in ”Urbanism and Landscape” at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She uses both analogue and digital 3d modelling as well as drawing and collage to build an understanding of materials and space.  During the…(Read More)

Johan Stenbeck

Through a responsive approach to the existing environment Johan Stenbeck explores the relationship between inner and outer reality. Shaping his artistic practice to the specific location or project at hand utilizing a variety of disciplines such as drawing, painting, sculpture and installation. Alongside his art practice he is finishing a Master in Architecture, studying “Settlement…(Read More)

Simone Alexandra Ærsøe is a visual artist working mainly with photography and spatial installations. She is interested in the complexities of nature and society and their influence on the individual. Her work often begins with a more or less abstract idea of a connection which is then tested through photography, research and experimenting with…(Read More)

A visible and often continual process is a central element in Christopher Landins practice. He uses time and chance to provoke unexpected outcomes by for example exposing photographic film to natural elements like mold or ice giving even weight to both documentation and the result. During the Land404 residency Christopher Landin will work with clay…(Read More)

Mette Hartung Kirkegaards series ”Equally Infinite” is represented by POM gallery and her work is part of the public art collection in the counties Sörmland and Uppsala as well as Nyköpings municipality. She has exhibited at venues including The Proun Room in Glasgow, European month of Photography in Berlin, the Copenhagen Photo Festival and Röda Sten Konsthall in Gothenburg. In 2013 she co-curated the outdoor exhibition ”Landskabe” in a disused quarry on the island of Bornholm.
Plenty of Love - Land404 2017