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Commission for Sticks´n´Sushi at Canary Wharf in London.

In april and may I went to London to get on the lift and make a 20 m long wall-commission for the restaurant Sticks´n´Sushi.

Construction-site at Canary Wharf. first part.



After the opening. part 2.far left is the flying city. Connected to the house on stilts by a ladder going behind the curtain. The ship I painted post opening, while people eating around,-)

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MASTEBROEN (the bridge of masts), a public commission in the City of Holbaek.

I finally finished the commission, Mastebroen, for the City Council of Holbaek.

Based on Holbæks history as a harbour city, and especially the fact that Holbæk origined around the “Ship-Bridge”, I have been interested in the image of shipmasts in the harbour.
For centuries the life of a harbour could be read by the amount of shipmasts that was moving in its waters. From a long distance these masts was the image of the relation with exotic parts of the world. The ships would bring foreign loads, new people – and if life would get too tough, they were the way out- for the dream or the escape.

The project is created with support from Hasløv and Kjærgaard Architects.


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Utah Museum of Contemporary Art – Bikuben Show

UMOCA, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
Main Gallery: JUN 27 – DEC 20
Opening Reception: JUN 27 | 7 – 9 pm
Bikuben explores Danish contemporary art as a framework for understanding how the present may, albeit paradoxically, inform the past. Focusing on themes revolving around the intertwined nature of truth and fiction, history and memory, and the personal versus the communal, this exhibition investigates how relationships across cultural and generational divides have the potential to reveal the complexity of identity, displacement, appropriation, and collective consciousness.

A Kassen, Jacob Dahl Jürgensen, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Olafur Eliasson, Lise Harlev, Jeppe Hein, Jesper Just, Jakob Kolding, Bjørn Nørgaard, Mie Olise, Kirstine Roepstorff, Trine Søndergaard, Kasper Sonne, Tove Storch