Group Exhibition

Object Matter

25 Apr – 31 May 2014

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Object Matter, 2014

Installation view

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Object Matter, 2014

Installation view

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Bjørn Nørgaard, King of art, 2014

Stuffed mouse, cheese, glass, plaster, concrete, paper, flag, 179 x 33 x 33 cm

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Bjørn Nørgaard, King of art, 2014

Stuffed mouse, cheese, glass, plaster, concrete, paper, flag, 179 x 33 x 33 cm, detail

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Forget about death, 2014

FOS, glass, brass, acrylic, concrete, 40 x 51-3 x 51.3 cm

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Choke, 2014

Richard Wentworth, brick, glass, book, cable, 17 x 21 x 12.5 cm

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Uden titel (Intuition), 1968

Joseph Beuys, wood, 30 x 20 x 5.5 cm

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Kirsten Ortwed, FASSUNG, 1986

Wax, glass, 19 x 31 x 7.5 cm

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Object Matter, 2014

Installation view

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Yesterday, I will go to where you were 3

Jason Dodge, detail

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Profumo, 1990

Rosemarie Trockel, silver mirror, 35 x 20.5

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For Want of Something Better (Father Figure) #1 and #2, 2014

Lars Bent Petersen, Freud's floor lamp, metal, bamboo, silk paper, satin, 2 x H 155 Ø 55 cm

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Object Matter, 2014

Instalation view

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Object Matter, 2014

Installation view

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Drops (Boot, Magazine, TV), 2009

Tumi Magnusson, UV digital print on acrylic plate

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Nanna Abell, Pre-fall, 2013

Concrete mixed with musk, black pigment, 72 x 52 x 22 cm

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Martin Erik Andersen, discothéque Djeema el Fna, 2014

Painted steel, mother of pearl shell, dyed tibetan lamb skin, mirro, ambergris, candlestick, laser, knitted silk, mirror ball moter, dimensions variable

Nanna Abell, Martin Erik Andersen, Joseph Beuys, Stig Brøgger, Morten Buch, Jason Dodge, FOS, Georg Herold,  A Kassen, Marie Lund, Tumi Magnusson, Bjørn Nørgaard, Kirsten Ortwed, Lars Bent Petersen, Rosemarie Trockel, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Wentworth, and Troels Wörsel

Object matter

25 April – 31 May 2014

 

This exhibition presents works made between 1968 and 2014 all based on things. Some works are made of found objects or assisted readymades while other works are representing things in translation through various other media. In the first approach we are confronted with the everyday objects very literally, fx as bricks mounted on canvas, a scarf placed into concrete or a dictionary folded together and winded round with steel wire. In the second approach the thing dimension is more mediated, shoes and flower vases are fx printed using monotyping, a funnel for casting are iself cast in aluminium or objects are photographed while suspended in mid-air. Despite these differences in approach all the artist share an interest in questioning the passage through which things become art.

Among the participants in the exhibition are internationally acclaimed artists such as Georg Herold, Rosemarie Trockel, and Richard Wentworth, who have for many years profoundly reconfigured what work with found matter can mean in specific social, sexual and linguistic contexts. Lawrence Weiner is showing a video work recorded by the water’s edge as well as a new collage of juxtaposed fixed phrases, readable as bits language turned into things. Other works in the show include a dissolved mop for cleaning the floor by A Kassen, an enlarged perfume flacon  cast in concrete by Nanna Abell, and two self-built copies of the lamps from Freud’s London residence by Lars Bent Petersen.