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Silver Migration & Porcelain Sea
København V, 1778 Danmark
6. June 2019 - 17. June 2019
This exhibition is part of a larger showcasing in Carlsberg Byens Galleri og Kunstsalon. There are in total 6 exhibition and one filmfestival. You can find links to the other exhibitions at the end of this paragraph.
The artists Nicolai Howalt and Marie Anine Møller is installing an exhibition, integrating their two projects “Silver Migration” and “Porcelain Sea” to create a dialogue between absence and presence through an investigation of their medium. Howalt’s photographs are made on expired photo paper and doesn’t involve either light or a camera. Møller’s sculptural installations, where organic objects are decaying in the constructions its been placed within, appear as photographs both with and without the presence of paper. It’s a conversation about the the photographic medium, that always involve time and through that fact always deals with decay and the instant freezing of the elements and objects we surround ourselves with.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 10-16 / Sat-Sun, 10-15
The exhibition can be found at CGK – Carlsberg Byens Galleri & Kunstsalon, Pasteursvej 7, 1799 København V
Vernissage Thursday 6. June, 18.00 – 21.30
Finnisage Sundag 16. June, 18.00 – 21.30
There is no release from the brain police
The Eradicated Skyline
Being Human I Human Being – Gruppeudstilling
New, Other, Odd – Filmfestival med paneldiskussioner