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Being a vessel is series of ceramics, paintings and moving image that I created from a place of being deeply inspired and intrigued by other artists, writers, places or events. I made these works as a way to translate inspiration into my own visual language creating memories and reminders of art works that have uplifted and inspired me, but also to explore what it means to be inspired and influenced by others.

The central piece is the video Anna, an hommage to artist Anna Oppermann combining dance, performance, painting and collage. It is surrounded by a series of earthenware vases and pastel paintings each dedicated to another person or place.

T. Rex, The Children of Rarn, 2016, pastel on paper, 38 x 55,5 cm

Vase for Elsa Morante, 2017

earthenware painted with clay slips and underglaze colours, glazed with a matt transparent glaze, H:20,5 cm W:19

Elsa Morante – Arturo’s Island, 2016 pastel on paper, 56 x 38 cm

Vase for Ida Kerkovius, 2020

earthenware painted with clay slips and underglaze colours, glazed with a matt transparent glaze, H: 18 cm W: 17 cm

Tove Jansen, The true deceiver, 2016, pastels on paper, 55 x 37,5 cm

Musée de Picasso, Antibes, 2017

earthenware painted with clay slips and underglaze colours, incised and glazed with a matt transparent glaze, H: 21,5 cm W: 19,5 cm

Vase for Miriam Shapiro, 2017

earthenware painted with clay slips and underglaze colours, incised and glazed with a matt transparent glaze, H: 22 cm W: 16 cm

Anna, 2014

video, 5 mins

hommage to the german artist Anna Oppermann combining dance performance, painting and collage,

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