In front Superorganism 2019 30 Ø cm. Rabbitskin and polystyrene


Cell Objects (synthetic) 2019 aprox 60x60x60 cm.

silicone, wood, polystyrene, copper and brass


Membrane/Filter/Film #1 2019 ciffon and wood


Ventricle 2019 140x38x 2 cm. silk, silkpaint, wood and silicone




Adaptation #5 2019 60x200 cm. leather and wood


Adaptation #1 2018 60x200 leather and wood

Accommodating the Present

Horse & Pony Berlin (artistrunspace)

The place between the past and the future is the present. The time  where we live and breathe. The time in which we adapt. The time in which we welcome the future.

The exhibition Accommodating the Present showcases new works by artists Louise Sparre, Anne Sofie Overgaard and Mette Boel.  Accommodating the Present inhales the present, considers it and contemplate adaption, as a basic condition in relation to co existence between amongst  people, animals, places and nature. 

Adaption is a complex term. Both in relation to biology where animal and plant life is forced to adapt to increasingly extreme environmental conditions but also on a physiological and psychological level, forcing the individual to adapt to ever changing aspects of reality.

With a joined focus on materials and the tactile, the works in  Accommodating the Present set out to investigate different ways of adapting to modern life.

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