THE SCENE IS SET
PUBLIC ART HELSINGØR 2018- MARKING A RED LINE IN HELSINGØR – BASED ON AN OPEN CALL.
Installation 1 of 4 Havnepladsen Helsingør -Related to Øresund, Ships, Packages and Transport – What is love
Installation 2 of 4 the main entrance -Groundplans of old historical buildings in Helsingør –
set as a scene of change and stacked as a backdrop for theater. What is Culture.
Installation 3 of 4 courtyard -16 scenes are set for your staging – step up step closer. What is Art
Installation 4 of 4 Strandgade Helsingør – The Back entrance to Toldkammeret – Setting a scene of the old building
What is Life
Photos; installationspart 1-4 marking the line from Havnepladsen through The CultureHouse
Toldkammeret to Strandgade posing questions – what is life, what is art, what is love and what is culture.
#whatislove #whatisart #whatisculture #whatislife. Photographer Ole Akhøj and Maja Bache.
I did an absurd performance, questioning what is art, love, culture and life.
FANTOM FILM recorded it, I did the editing in Premiere pro.
The carpenter Sine Pejs and I mount the 4 installations.Photos Maja Bache. Waiting on photos of the finished installtions
3D Autocad: Anja Bache. Photo: Maja Alberte Bache
FROM THE STUDIO – PROCES
Groundplans of the city rearranged in a play of stenography. Photos Anja
Photos from studio; Maja Bache, Ole Akhøj and Anja Bache.
Firms and institutions related to this project;
The Culture House Helsingør
The Danish Art Council of Fine Arts, Visual Arts
Photograph Ole Akhøj
Light In the Box
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet