In april 2019, the PARK LEK project ( ref sep post) was included in the group exhibition DET ANDET STED/ The Other Place at Koes, the Danish National Museum of Art in Public Places. This was the second time the durational intervention project was documented in a art museum context. Other contributions were by Katie […]

2019 ArtworkOngoing – The Rear Mirror Project

In 2018, I participated in a series of urban interventions entitled Artwork Ongoing, commissioned by Art Inside Out in Halland, Sweden. The project was initiated through an invitation to 20 professionals,  each with their role in and relation to a redevelopment of a central square in Halmstad – Österskans. I invited them to meet and […]

2015 Hvor går din sti hen?/ To where are you heading?

Breve, der besvarede spørgsmålet “Hvor går din sti hen?” Svarene tolkede spørgsmålet på forskellig vis. Enten ved att give os ren praktisk information om hvad man skulle lave, lige om lidt. Eller svar der i overført betydning fortalte om hvor ens liv syntes at være på vej hen.   Opslagstavlen i august  / The message […]

2010-2013 Twenty Days in Viborg – A Journey

              Huda 30, Tyve Dage i Viborg – En Rejse, Viborg Kunsthal, 2013     Twenty Days in Viborg – A Journey This project responded to an invitation from Viborg Kunsthal in 2009, and was performed in collaboration with Rikke Johansen Smith, from Viborg Museum, from 2010 – 2013. The emblematic […]

2010 – 2014 PARK LEK

  PARK LEK was an utopian art project as well as a concrete intervention into an urban planning process, performed between 2010 – 2014 and responding to an invitation from Marabouparken Konsthall in Sundbyberg,  to create a project with park /  park play as its inspiration and point of departure. Through the use of durational strategies […]

2003 The Dog Owners Territory

  a territory This was a temporary sculptural addition to the public park of Søndermarken by Frederiksberg Castle, performed in relation to LAYER 4, a summer   outdoor sculpture exhibition curated by Tina Maria Nielsen and Rikke Ravn in 2003. I added a wooden bench, and a double display case for photos and information. I hoped it […]