Out There in Here 2021 150x50x2 cm. 

Silk and laser cut plywood


Out There in Here close up


View from left Louise Sparre, Rene Schmidt, Claus Hugo Nielsen,

Nina Nowak and Johanne Skovbo Lasgaard.


View from left Ellen Hyllemose and Louise Sparre


Primordial Soup 2021 53x51x1,8 cm. chiffon and hand cut plywood


View from left Louise Sparre and Claus Hugo Nielsen


The Travel in Space 2.0

Curated by Johanne Skovbo Lasgaard and Louise Sparre.

Group exhibition with the artists Claus Hugo Nielsen, Ellen Hyllemose, Johanne Skovbo Lasgaard, Louise Sparre, Matilde Duus, Nina Nowak and Rene Schmidt.

Marie Kirkegaard Gallery 28.5. - 3.7.2021

The Travel in Space – a visual field of tension between the microcosm and the macrocosm. 

In the Big Bang theory of the formation of the universe, it is believed that the elements that make up living organisms, including humans, originate from supernova explosions. Thereby we all have a kinship to the stars. If one zooms into the body, the greatness of the universe rotates within us as an echo of the universe's first explosion. The atoms line up in systems and formations similar to what we look at when we look at the solar system.

The Travel in Space zooms into the fibers and magnifies the traces of our reality. When the parts of our organism that are invisible to the eye are produced, when the change of material is put under the magnifying glass, the body becomes an alien planet. The lunar landscape is perhaps rather bone structures. Cells transform into planets or vice versa. The question is: if the universe is infinite outward, is it then also infinitely inward?


The exhibition is supported by the Danish Art Foundation.

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