↓ ”In is as far as Out, #2” or “Burden, #2”, (290 x 270 mm + 290 x 280 mm), mixed media on cardboard.
A sequel to the former piece on the same subject. The correlations to world events are hard to digest. But in short: it all goes to shit. Or rather merde.
↓ ”Collective Narcissism” or “Map of Denmark, 2015.”, (876 x 617 mm), mixed media on paper.I can be quite binary in expressing my world views and I apologise if I’ve ever offended you. Unless you are one of those homophobic, xenophobic, bigoted, ethnocentric, racist ass-wipe-danes who thinks it’s ok to stand on a highway bridge, spitting at Syrian refugee families, walking (walking!) as fast as possible through tribal denmark, just to seek asylum in Sweden because petty denmark certainly is not a friendly place for people of colour, traumatized by civil war. Then you have my full scorn.
↓ work in progress, (155 x 254 mm + 155 x 254 mm), acrylics on crescent board.
Spilling some beans here I guess. Another digestion reference?
↓ work in progress, (267 x 288 mm + 267 x 288 mm), mixed media on cardboard.
Buy one, somebody else gets one free. Charity through consumerism. Still wrapping my head around that.
↓ work in progress, (287 x 314 mm + 289 x 307 mm), mixed media on cardboard.
No comment. But yes, my media is a cat-litter box. Yet another digestion reference. What goes in must come out and go somewhere. Right?
↓work in progress, (⌀355 mm + ⌀280 mm), mixed media on cardboard.
Round formats. And I have no idea what to do about that. I mean, whats up or down here? Really?