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 a collaboration between Line-Gry Hørup, Julie Héneault, Margaux Parillaud and Ursula Marcussen

This project is the outcome of a residency at the Art Department of Subbacultcha, Da Costakade 150 in Amsterdam. Besides an online agenda, it consits of the following 3 events:

The opening: 17th of December 2016

For the exhibition space, we produced a quilted 64kvm wall-to-wall carpet. For the opening we invited for a casual slumber and served infused alcohol of pine nuts, maple sirup, olives and cypres tree from the closet marked by the nr. 1.

The reception: 31th of December 2016

On New Years day 2015, we invited for exercises on the carpet; warm-up, transitions, stretching and massage. We served a tower of champagne a ‘horn of plenty’ and glazed apples.

The finissage: 24th of March 2016

As a closure, we proceeded a publication consisting of text and image reflecting on the topic discussed before, during and after our residency. The book launched with a presentation and reading at San Serriffe in Amsterdam.

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.