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I don't think what you are saying is rational

Kristina Bengtsson, Kevin Malcolm

30.05.2015 - 21.06.2015
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I don't think what you are saying is rational (installation view), Danske Grafikere, 2015.

I don't think what you are saying is rational (installation view), Danske Grafikere, 2015.

I don't think what you are saying is rational (installation view), Danske Grafikere, 2015.

Kevin Malcolm: Something hanging there, 2015, wood, aluminum.

Kevin Malcolm: Something hanging there, 2015, wood, aluminum.

Kevin Malcolm: Giannos, Paul, Pavlos, 2015, postcard, pecan nuts, glass box.

Kevin Malcolm: Substance-Of-We-Feeling, 2015, UV print on 9 marble coasters.

Kristina Bengtsson: Three hats in conversation on a carpet, 2015, concrete, carpet.

Kristina Bengtsson: Hazy Mirror, 2015, inkjet print.

Kristina Bengtsson: Zapps won't do, 2015, book page, feather.

Kristina Bengtsson: One and the other, 2015, plaster, steel.

Kristina Bengtsson: One and the other (detail), 2015.

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I don't think what you are saying is rational
Kristina Bengtsson og Kevin Malcolm

Bio:
Kristina Bengtsson (1979, Lund) lives and works in Copenhagen/Dalby.
Working with photography, text and sculpture Bengtsson explores the intersection between language, society and identity. She is educated at Glasgow School of Art and the Academy of Visual Arts, Leipzig. Recent exhibitions include The Devil is in the Detail, Westwerk, Hamburg, Rendez-vous der Freunde, HB55, Berlin, Primary Source, KBH Kunsthal, Skive, Sculpture Situation Station, Hotel Pro Forma, Copenhagen, Rosebud, Galerie Teapot, Cologne and Regi, Studio Fjord, Ørsta. Recent publications include The Ravished Image - Or How To Illuminate by Alteration (Publication Studio 2014), No particular future in mind (Hour Editions 2013), We Look and We See, in collaboration with Lotten Pålsson (Sailorpress 2012) and Cutting a Cake, in collaboration with Katharina Kiebacher (2010).

Kevin Malcolm (b.1979, Glasgow) lives and works in Copenhagen and was educated at Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow. Malcolm's practice questions the construction and display of visual information and how this affects our experience of culture, place and history. He approaches image-based research as a generative environment for the production of works which are open and inconclusive, activating discourse around the accepted knowledge embedded in visual language. Malcolm has recently exhibited at Galleri KANT, Copenhagen; Neter Proyectos, Mexico City; New Shelter Plan, Copenhagen; Holodeck, Oslo; OK Corral, Copenhagen; Green Is Gold, Copenhagen and Westwerk, Hamburg. Bengtsson and Malcolm co-founded the publishing house Hour Editions in 2013.

Projektet er støttet af Statens Værksteder for Kunst.

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