About Rasmus Nossbring
Rasmus Nossbring was born in 1991. He currently lives and works in Åby (Sweden).
The content of Rasmus’ work consists of moments from everyday life. He portrays events bearing signs of contemporary humanity and daily routines. In this frame, memories, social dynamics and dreams are subjects that interest him. Ultimately, he wants to convey what he sees and feels in life through his work and create monuments of the mundane.
Through his work, Rasmus Nossbring tells personal stories, trying to capture glimpses of vulnerability in daily life. His work connects to labor and expectations on male behavior that he experienced while brought up in an industrial environment.
By research about routine and personal rituals he tries to understand the space in between conscious and unconscious, moments that is commonly not addressed in the rat race of life.
Nossbring is a sculptor working in a variety of materials but express himself primarily in glass. In this medium, he tries to move past conventional techniques and to discover what is possible for him to mediate through glass.
As part of the Curio exhibition, Rasmus Nossbring will present three sculptures “16.09 (Most Calusses Wins)” (2017), “05.42 AM” (2017) and “Stuck” (2017).