2022 Decorative project

Cathrine Raben Davidsen’s brilliant bronzes

Cathrine Raben Davidsen. Aurora Consurgens, 2020-2021

In the summer of 2019, the Carlsberg Foundation initiated the extensive restoration of the Carlsberg Academy located on the outskirts of the Copenhagen district of Valby. In collaboration with landscape architect Kristine Jensen artist Cathrine Raben Davidsen has created 16 bronze vessels for the newly restored Conservatory, centrally placed in the building.

2022 DECORATIVE PROJECT

Colourful total installations

Joachim Koester. Planeter og stier, 2021. Krogerup Højskole

Spatial qualities played and play an active role in the creation and experience of Astrid Marie Christiansen’s and Joachim Koester’s decorative projects at Krogerup Folk High School. While Christiansen conjures up a playful sweets garden in dialogue with the school’s modernist interior architecture, Koester’s photographs, solar system and paths on the linoleum floor of the lecture hall draw a cosmic mind map.

2022 DECORATIVE PROJECT

Et chamber of curiosities has opened at Bakkehuset

Den nye hjørnestue, Bakkehuset

Den nye hjørnestue (The New Corner Salon) by Morten Søndergaard is a chamber of curiosities to be explored. A room for meetings of minds and conversations about art, science and politics, just like the historical corner salon from the time when Kamma and Knud Lyne Rahbek lived in the house. The large total installation was created with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.

2022 DECORATIVE PROJECT

Mirror pavilion for new hospital in Gødstrup

Kunstværk foran indgangen til Regionshospitalet Gødstrup

Olafur Eliasson’s installation Det lyttende spejl (The listening mirror) welcomes patients, relatives and staff to the newly opened Regional Hospital Gødstrup. The mirror pavilion offers a space for contemplation and highlights the viewer’s movements.

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