Oudezijd
Achterburgwal

1012–AMS–NL

Bartholinsgade 9
1356–CPH–DK


2016–2018: MA
Werkplaats Typografie Arnhem

2012–2014: BA
Gerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam
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Edited by:
Jeppe Carstensen, Peter Meedom, Sofie Isager Ahl, Ester Fritsch, Christoffer Basse Eriksen and Andreas Vermehren Holm.
Published by:
Forlaget Virkelig
Website:
tidsskriftfornaturkritik.net

With an anual physical publication, Ny Jord aspires to initiate a conversation about nature where our conceptions and notions can alter significantly.
With contributions from:
Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, Fabien Locher, Rasmus Ejrnæs, Georges-Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon, Frans af Assisi, Eliot Weinberger, Georges Perec, Carl Christian Tofte, Alexander Tovborg, Philippe Descola and more.
Bestiarium is a series of publications, which are neither novel, poem, article, essay or any other specefic category. They exist as a type of beast, published independently for the first time in Danish.

Illustrations:
Margaux Parillaud, Severin Bunse,
Niklaus Mettler and Sabo Day

Titles:
Virginia Woolf: Et rids af fortiden
Friedrich Hölderlin: Pindar-fragmenter
Joseph Roth: Jøder på vandring
Rasha Omran, Abeer Suleiman: Vi elsker... Vi elsker...Vi elsker... Og vi smuldrer ikke
Ursula K. Le Guin: De der vandrer bort fra Omelas
Vibeke Grønfeldt: Datter Lili
Jørn H. Sværen: Det færdige værks skønhed

Translations:
Karsten Sand Iversen, Andreas Vermehren Holm Anders Abildgaard, Judyta Preis,
Jørgen Herman Monrad, Naja Bjørnsson

Published by:
Forlaget Virkelig

Edited by:
Kari Cwynar
Foreword by:
Raimundas Malašauskas
Published by:
Sternberg Press, Kunstverein Toronto and CAC Vilnius
Graphic design in collaboration with:
Goda Budvytytė

Memoirs of a Hypnotist: 100 Days, is artist Marcos Lutyens reflextions on 'The Hypnotic Show' - presented at the documenta 13, consisting of 340 hypnotic sessions in 100 days.
Image material to promote a live concert, connecting participants from Aarhus, New York, Tokyo, Melbourne and Rovereto via the internet. Monday the 31st of August, 2015 – 18.00, Åbne Scene, Godsbanen, Aarhus Festuge.

Physical culture is an on-going multidisciplinary project initiated by Julie Héneault(FR), Margaux Parillaud(FR) and Ursula Marcussen(DK) and Line-Gry Hørup(DK)

The collaboration began as the result of a residency, which provided a context to conceal common interests and recent personal observations. Working together as friends, carefully mounting subjectivities to physical formats. A main concern is the stretch of the body and time, exorcizing a method which delicately interconnect topics, be it forms of writing, building, moving or hosting. Physical culture is searching for connotations and comfort in physical objects, establishing spaces with the effective language of decoration.

The carpet, is the experience of a collaborative labor, providing a surface to host intimate sessions of work and relaxation. It was executed with the lazy body in mind, inviting it’s visitors to stretch out horizontally.

The agenda: physicalculture.nl
Order book: here
Results & Development is a publication which reflects and examines types of styling, indexing, and methods of lifestyle imagery of interior and food photography as a reference and practice discipline. The book is constructed in three parts. The main part consists of a series of associative image combinations from found material in various publications on food, manuals, interiors, decorative art, and styling.

Mentored by: Julie Peeters and Johannes Schwartz.
BA – Gerrit Rietveld Academie, 2014



The publication Niels(2013)(2007) consists of two series from 2007 and 2013. The images document two homes from the same person; Niels, shortly before his relocation from respectively, a teen room and a bachelors apartment. Niels has collected many things through the years, displayed in his homes as a continuously moving turbulence of objects. The images rest a zoom on various details and enables the objects to interconnect past time and place.