Kosmisk Kor er en audiovisuel installation. 5 tekstile objekter arrangeret på et enkelt underlag. Sensorer i underlaget aktiverer lydsiden. Korets ”sang” er afhængig af publikums bevægelser omkring værket. Lave, syngende, mumlende stemmer, som bedst kan opleves på tæt hold. Lydsiden er resultatet af mit samarbejde med komponist og producer, Jesper Ranum.
Kompositionens funktion er at tilskynde til pause, refleksion og meditation.
Objekterne er udført i hæklet uld med pladevat, efterbehandlet for skulpturel virkning og med indbygget teknik. Den højeste er 75 cm høj og 40 cm i diameter.
5 panels á 60 x 110 cm.
Cotton canvas with applicated batting dyed with glue mixed with acrylic paint. The panels have an acustic spatialization as they function as sound absorbing plates
The visual motifs are inspired by my residency stay in Iceland in March 2016.
Hello Buddha is my contribution to the KONTEMPO exhibition "Is This Textile?" 25-28 maj 2016. Part of the event 3DAYSOFDESIGN in Copenhagen.
KONTEMPO is an association that works to promote the textile field in a contemporary context. KONTEMPO consist of Danish-based practitioners within the textile field. see more: http://3daysofdesign.dk/?companies=kontempo and http://www.kontempo.dk/
A small ensemble of objects, crocheted, stiffened and coloured. Containers of future sound. A choir that will ressonate the universal sound in the universe. Sonicly you will be invited into the object and the idea is to make a small sculpture-garden where one can enter and maybe feel the cosmic connection body and mind.
Here at The Spring Exhibition 2016 at Charlottenborg, Copenhagen.
Artist-in-residency at The Icelandic Textile Center / Textilsetur Islands in the North of Iceland. Including an exhibition in the associated gallery. Photos: Mike Seehagel + Cornelia Theimer Gardella
This is a small sculpture I made years ago in my studio in Denmark.
Earlier this year I was going to the northern Iceland by bus from Reykjavik -we soon passed whole fields of lava-formations looking excactly like it. I was surprised and then reassured.
Iceland has a way of restoring your faith.
My studio at Fabrikken for Kunst og Design.
Photo by Irina Boersma
Acrylic and spray paint on crocheted mohair
Approx. 50 x 35 cm
Crochet. Mohair wool, acrylic gel and spray paint.
Mask made of masks – crocheting form is simple actions governed by very simple equations – by putting these together suddenly complexity emerges. Patterns evolve as a natural consequence. My work mimic intricate natural forms from the plant and animal kingdoms.
170 x 130 cm.
Acrylic and spray paint on rya rug
Front: 52% acrylic, 33% modacrylic, 15% polyester. Back: 100% cotton.
Imago Mundi - Established by Benetton Foundation.
The danish collection is curated by Sophus Gether.
My contribution: 10 x 12 x 3,5 cm. Textile with acrylic gel, glue and spray paint on cardboard
Crocheted mohair, acrylic gel and spray paint
H: 110 cm Dia: 40 cm.
Mohair, polystyrene and spray paint
Red - Height: 33 cm. 33 cm in diameter
Yellow - Height 28 cm. 35 cm in diameter
Blue - Height: 28 cm. 46 cm in diameter
Granite, crocheted mohair yarn, acrylic gel and spray paint + fake stone
Installation, crocheted mohair with color spray. Exhibition at Raah, Copenhagen.
Burnt wood, crocheted mohair wool, gel and paint
H: 54 cm.
Kom Bare An / Come On
Hvidovre Hovedbibliotek, solo exhibition
Crocheted mohair, household waste and spray paint
Assembled, 70 cm. in diameter
“Recycled” household waste made into art. A large number of bottles and cans pile up in front of a housewife, blocking her view. She dreams of broader horizons and new possibilities.
To be featured in Japanese tablet magazine in 2014.
Nine embroideries on Indian hand-made cotton paper.
Format: 75 x 55 cm.
“I WANNA BE LIKE YOU” is a project about my relationship with the American film director, Sofia Coppola. ELLE magazine described Coppola as such: “With her immaculate style, hipster boyfriend, creative gang of confidants and award winning film career, SC is the woman other women want to be”. I agree!
Crocheted cotton, polyester filler, needles and foam board
70 cm. in diameter
I went to a coach. She told me to remember that a lot of major accomplishments are based on small wins. This is my collection of modest steps.
Wool embroidery on linen.
158 x 143 cm.
Packaging, paper maché, silk fabric and acrylic paint
Three pieces that measure 19 x 25 x 6 cm.
This series featuring iPad packaging is a homage to Pierre-Martin Jacot’s Multiple (weiss/swartz/blau) from 1968. He explored new materials in order to achieve new and different effects, just as I do.
Sewing thread and embroidery on paper
170 x 150 cm.
Exhibited at KE12 – Copenhagen Juried Fall Exhibition, 2012
Inspired by the Big Bang theory and the discovery of the Higgs particle in 2012, this is a study of the possibilities of embroidery on a large paper format.
2011 – 2012
Portfolio consisting of twelve A4 pages
In October 2011 I was invited to exhibit in Paris. I read “Sofia Coppola’s Paris”, an interview with my idol in The New York Times. It included “Sofia’s Address book”. In order to bring Sofia and me closer together, I decided to walk in her footsteps.
Two photographs - Sofia Coppola in Los Angeles and Hanne G. in
Copenhagen wearing the same outfit, Marni for H&M, 2012. I wanna be like
you, Sofia! How close can I get?
Plexiglass boxes, mohair wool, cotton
2 pieces: 34 x 26 x 8 cm.
Artists’ Summer Exhibition, Janusbygningen, Denmark, 2012
Homage to my deceased partner in crocheting, sculptor Anette Johns. I Miss You!
Mohair wool, polyester filler and spray paint
This project consists of thirty different coral-like objects
Merino wool scarf with small implants made of polyester filling
9 x 150 cm.
This piece was made in support of breast cancer awareness and The Danish Cancer Society. “Hanging Breasts” was featured on a live television fundraising show in 2010. I donated my “Hanging Breasts” to the live auction and appeared on the show as “Crocheting Hanne”.
2010 – present
Crocheted mohair, spray paint and nylon fish line
Approximately 100 pieces
Paper maché, gouache
A signed series of six pieces
25 cm. in diameter
Paper maché replicas of the Flora Danica plates from Royal Copenhagen, which is the world’s most prestigious dinner service dating from the 1700s.
My hand crafted editions are decorated like the Flora Danica models, complete with golden borders. In Flora Narcotica, the plant motifs are all intoxicating flora.
Twenty-three crocheted heads
Wool, polyester filling and wooden base
Height: about 25 cm. Circumference: 13 – 16 cm.
Presenting the ‘Hanne G’ Human Resource department. The solitude of being an artist inspired me to create a group of very versatile and loyal coworkers. They have been successfully posted in various positions around the country.
Exhibited at KE07 – Copenhagen Juried Fall Exhibition, 2007
Wool and polyester filling
Assorted works of various sizes
Wool, cashmere, silk, yarn, and other materials
Ten handsewn wall hangings 170 x 150 cm.
Solo exhibition at Gallery Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen, 2008
These works spotlight figures with featureless faces who are participants in reality shows such as Survivor, The Bachelor and Big Brother. The title of each work alludes to the premise of the reality show depicted.
Paper maché, gouache.
18 cm. in diameter
Similar in style to the Royal Copenhagen blue Christmas plates, but in this series the motifs are not traditional.
Assorted crocheted weapons, including hand guns and other military equipment
Wool, polyester filler and flower sticks
The Spring Exhibition, Charlottenborg, 2007
“Mailles – Art en Laine”, Paris, France, 2011
“BANG BANG”, CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Spain, 2011
I have been a “weapon manufacturer” since “The War Against Terror” broke out. “Weapon Collection” was my art scene debut in 2007. At present I am best known for these bold, politicised crocheted pieces. These weapons represent my signature characteristics: textiles, contrasts and a sense of humour.
Acrylic yarn and polyester filling
Exhibited at Gallery Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen, 2007 and in the curated group exhibition, “Mailles – Art en Laine”, Maison du Danemark, Paris, 2011.
What are weapons? This is a decorous arsenal that women can use to defend themselves against men, other women, the aging process, etc.