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NEVER EXPRESS YOURSELF MORE CLEARLY THAN YOU ARE ABLE TO THINK
DITTE KNUS TØNNESEN
ASLE LAUVLAND PETTERSEN
FOUR BOXES GALLERY
UDSTILLINGEN ER ÅBEN FRA 17.11.11 - 25.11.11

 

Never Express Yourself More Clearly Than You Are Able To Think is an exhibition of two individual art projects of the Norwegian Artist and Scenographer Asle Lauvland Pettersen (educated from the National Art Academy, Oslo and the National Theatre School, Copenhagen) and the Danish Artist and Photography Tutor at Krabbesholm Højskole Ditte Knus Tønnesen (educated from The Glasgow School of Art).

The exhibition consists of a pseudo scientific deconstruction of known and unknown scientific principles, staged through installations consisting of readymades and low-tech analog interactivity.
As well as photographic work based on the vast land between culture versus nature. The work is questing our contemporary understanding of the cultural landscape, while being a take on it at the same time.

 

For more information see:
www.ditteknus.com
www.gigstudio.dk