One stone, two clouds, three bombs
Site specific collaborative project between the artists Hanne Gaard Grønlund (DK) and Juan Hein (AR-DK) for TRO Festival, at Sæby church, in Lejre kommune, from September 1st to the 3th, 2017.
photo credit: Kunstavisen, Inge Schjødt, email@example.com
Kristelig Dagblad: https://www.kristeligt-dagblad.dk/kirke-tro/praester-forvandler-kornmark-til-oekologisk-kirkefestival
A feature about tactile materials - cool cosiness - by Gitte Kjær. Photo Brian Buchard. Shot in Odense Townhall building. Both a wall piece and a sculpture of mine are included :)
This year I have pieces of art in exchange at the Baum und Pferdgarten Headquarter / showroom in Amaliegade in the central Copenhagen. Especially the 3 "RGB Tempers" have been used in several photos online. This is a potpourri...
Article about Salone Del Mobile 2017. My work appears under the mentioning of natural and decorative materials with texture.
RUM Designnoter. Article about Vibskov x Mindcraft. One of my sculptures from The Duet is featured.
TL Magazine online article by Adrian Madlener. The Duet, Mindcraft 2017. Much appreciated text about my Mindcraft project.
Full article: http://tlmagazine.com/mindcraft-17-hanne-g/
Danish craft magazine, cover photos, front page: "Hanne G HR". My top employees when they were posted at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning in 2007, KE07.
Back page: from "Open Letter to Sofia Coppola".
+ Article about crocheting. Nice mentioning of me...
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Sleek Magazine - Fashion now - Art forever!
Article about “...the multifarious practices of making with traditional materials...”
Sleek Magazine no. 37, Spring 2013, the article “Craft: The revival”:
“The Danish artist and activist who goes by the name of Hanne G is best known for her provocative, boldly politicised pieces made out of crochet and knit. She picks up stereotypically male, aggressive symbols which she reproduces in the softest of wools. Her “Crochet for Peace” series of 2007 consisted of fuzzy gasmasks and rifles – suggesting spending the country’s defence budget on wool rather than guns. As for her “Lady Weapons”, they consist of archetypical domestic items associated with femininity, ranging from broomsticks to rolling pins and g-strings. Suddenly, these potentially violent objects seem more aggressive than their male counterparts. Mission accomplished.”