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Guest Stars

Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Esme Chapman Jones

02.06.2016 - 12.06.2016
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Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Nanna Lysholt Hansen: Guest Stars (installation view), 2016.

Nanna Lysholt Hansen: Guest Stars (installation view), 2016.

Esme Chapman Jones, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Esme Chapman Jones: Guest Stars (installation view), 2016.

Esme Chapman Jones, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Esme Chapman Jones: Guest Stars (installation view), 2016.

Esme Chapman Jones, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Esme Chapman Jones: Guest Stars (detail), 2016.

Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Nanna Lysholt Hansen: Live performance: Study for Ebba, 2016.

Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Nanna Lysholt Hansen: Live performance: Study for Ebba, 2016.

Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Nanna Lysholt Hansen: Live performance: Study for Ebba, 2016.

Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Guest Stars, 2016, NLH Space

Nanna Lysholt Hansen: Guest Stars (installation view), 2016.

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The exhibition Guest Stars presents works by Esme Chapman Jones and Nanna Lysholt Hansen. In their works the two artists reference women’s position in photographic history and cinema.

Nanna Lysholt Hansen’s work can be experienced both as live performance or through hybrid technological forms. Her works are often characterised by situations where the body, the artist’s own, is in direct dialogue with the surrounding architectural space. 

In the exhibition Nanna Lysholt Hansen will present works and sketches relating to her project Dear Mary, 2012-ongoing. The project is based on the life and works of Danish photographer Mary Willumsen (1884-1961). At the beginning of the last century Willumsen photographed naked and partially naked women; working anonymously and on the fringes of the pornography laws of the time. 

Through live performance and pinhole photography on both metal and paper, Nanna Lysholt Hansen has rewritten the story of Mary Willumsen, placing her somewhere between the past, present and future and where fact and fiction merge. Parts of the project have previously been shown at Ringsted Galleriet (2014), Fotografisk Center (2015) and Skovsnogen Artspace (2015). In Guest Stars Lysholt Hansen will present material not previously exhibited. The artist will also be performing a new performance piece: Study for Ebba, 2016. Her artist book Nanna Lysholt Hansen - Dear Mary (Memories of the Future) Logbook, published by Forlaget Fotografisk Center, 2015, will be on sale for a special price during the exhibition.

Esme Chapman Jones’ current work deals with Hollywood both past and present and its affects on society: How our experience of everyday life is affected by what we are presented with on the screen. She is interested in the points at which Hollywood fantasies intersect with, blur and influence ‘real life’. Chapman Jones’ work is concerned with with both cinematic history and celebrity culture of the present day, using digital and analogue media in parallel. 

In the exhibition Guest Stars, Chapman Jones will present Pink Dress, 2015-16; a film projected onto the wall of a looping scene from the film To Catch a Thief (1955, Alfred Hitchcock). In the scene the same extra walks past in the same direction twice. Her distinctive pink dress, which brings to light a continuity error in the film, has been replicated for this work and accompanies the projection. The work considers the visual props that exist around the actors and their subsequent value: the extent to which they succeed and, in this case, fail to create and perform a consistent reality. 

The show will also present her work Mia Farrow, 2015-16: text on a light box accompanied by a projection of a re-photographed press image of Mia Farrow getting her hair cut for the film Rosemary’s Baby (1968, Roman Polanski). This work looks at how cinema negotiates reality and fiction. The behind-the-scenes image highlights a break away from, or rupture of, the fictional narrative of the film.

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