Nanna Abell (DK, b. 1985)
Marie Søndergaard Lolk (DK, b. 1981)
Pernille With Madsen (DK, b. 1972)
Susanne Ottesen shows the works of three danish artists. Nanna Abell’s work are an invitation into an universe where, what is normally held apart, is weirdly put together. A wide range of materials are included in the sculptural work, and compositions are structured around movement, mutations, networks, streams of signs, or sensations.
The work of Marie Søndergaard Lolk is based on a rematerialization of the medium of painting through various processes and techniques. This rematerialization effects a slowing down of our normal visual reading and - at the same time - an opening towards a kind of micro-perception of things as they exist prior to their identification in more general categories.
Dissolution, imbalance, disorientation, collapse, and loss of control are core themes in Pernille With Madsen’s work. Through video, photography, drawing, and installation, she creates insisting experiments that each in their own way produce scale-related, spatial disorientations. Through simple, difficult, and backward measures, Pernille creates a universe causing dizziness through spatial dissolution.