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White Sheets
Performative actions / photographs 2018


Stillness, emptiness, silence: in the excess of today’s society of imagery, the pause, the gap, the nothing between things is increasingly important.



Martina Weinhart in Seeing Nothing – Experiences of Radical Reduction in Image and Space since the 1960s

Paper vol. 02, Valentine Editions, Bristol, UK, 2021
One might posit that these ’blank’ pages (I prefer the word ’blank’ to ’empty’ to describe them) have a relationship to Heideggerian ’danger’ – the risk that we might be unwilling to acknowledge that blankness is a claim made on us.


Aron Vinegar in Ed Ruscha, Heidegger and Deadpan Photography i Photography after Conceptual Art


Screenshot from the online exhibition Paper by Valentine Editions

Collages






Part of the publication ‘The Year’. 


Året, København 2018 (The Year, Copenhagen 2018) is a monthly photobook publication featuring contemporary works by Copenhagen-based photographers engaged in portraying the city of Copenhagen during 2018. Every month 5-10 photographers spend the 20 first days of the month photographing the city, consequently putting together a photobook featuring the results. Presenting different artists every month, Året will gather throughout the year a growing and diverse collection of perspectives and practices.
While Copenhagen has been named the most liveable city in the world several times, and we have seen many beautiful vistas of the Danish capital, the reality is always far more complex. This diary representing varied and personal points of view will offer readers an uncensored and unfiltered portrait of the city: “This is our Copenhagen”.
Året is published by Danish publisher Blankt Papir Press and every month is a limited edition run of 100 copies only.


- www.copenhagenyear.com





Book: Constructs

Constructs monograph
Design: LevievanderMeer
ISBN: 9789053308837
17x22 cm
Hardcover
Schilt Publishing
64 pages with 29 photos in full colour
2017




Stick, paper, platform. The hand, body and gaze touch on their surroundings. Often aimlessly, occasionally purposefully. They can end anywhere, for example in images which, in the art of Lotte Fløe Christensen, unfold between classical landscape photography and a curious, exploratory and sometimes even sculptural practice. The images are both works in their own right and a documentation of the artist’s activities in the landscape – a form of absent-minded wandering interrupted by the kind of fragile constructions and signs we create alone in the woods. They are therefore related, yet very different, in expressive form. The images operate on different scales, from the micro scale of inconspicuous stick structures, to them monumental macro scale of landscapes. And between them: the body looking at and acting in the world, because there is a constant and highly physical doing at play here. Somebody (a woman) does something somewhere: looks, crawls, struggles with a sheet of flapping paper, constructs precarious platforms, unstable scaffolding for… for what? Is it a game?

Extract from essay in the book by art historian Lars Kiel Bertelsen





Constructs book shown at:

Noua Pop Up, Arctic Arts Festival, Harstad (NO) , 2018

Athens Photobook festival, Benaki Museum (GR), 2018
Felifa, photobook festival, Buenos Aires, (ARG), 2018 
J-Book Show, The Glucksman Gallery, Cork (IE) , 2018 

View Towers

Series of 5 images






Notes on an Action



Series of 9 images, each 25x19 cm, archival inkjet print on dibond, ed. 7.