Hang your wreath on the door, hang your wreath on the door, so that the evil spirits can not enter.
Through community-creating rituals, we connect to material, history, body and to each other.
A container, a cover, a passage.
Slippery, waterresistant and seethrough.
When dried: light, delicate and crisp.
Used as a material for raincoats and windows in the arctic area.
Inviting you to explore intestines as a material you can sew in and use for sculpture and installation. Investigating terms such as ‘sewing power’ and ‘the inherent narrative of the material’, where sowing is used as a ritual and the encounter with sensual material is a catalyst for storytelling.
Continue the journey of finding ways of making strong, heartful connection to one self and ones surroundings through the aestetic use of materials.
Love / Rulle
The sun and the moon converse: “If I told you that I miss you would you know what I want?” the moon whispered and the sun glowing as a sun does listened “can you see my colours though you are so bright?” the moon continued and with warmth the sun…
Sounds swirls around us, tongues of silence speaks of love, breathing, heavy, calm, teardrops falling in tin-bowls, silent sobbing, sand sliding through fingers and hands, firewood cracks open, red and green stars, the dust is descending inside these walls, condensed thoughts, lumps in throats, eyelashes clashing, hanging birch-wood-branches, spirits memories…