palace enterprise (DK)

palace enterprise was founded in 2021 and is run by Gitte Skjødt Madsen. palace enterprise aims to present high quality exhibitions from a unique point of view that highlight artists across generations.

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CHART

For CHART 2022, palace enterprise is showing a duo presentation with works by Ann Lislegaard and Magnus Andersen focusing on the animation and sculptural works of Lislegaard and the highly detailed and intricate painting of Andersen.

Ann Lislegaard (DK)

Ann Lislegaard is internationally known for her visionary videos, animations, and sound-light installations that engage storytelling—specifically science fiction—to explore the malleability of human perception. The subversive potential of science fiction enables everyday scenarios to be framed by unusual rules. Rather than deconstructing categories of language or meaning, these categories are multiplied, transformed, and transfixed. In Lislegaard's work, experiences of simulated spheres are created by means of interdisciplinary hybrids and connections – between architecture and cinema, between fictional narratives, and between human beings, machines, and animals.

Recent exhibitions include: VERTIGO, ARoS, 2022, World Machine, Schlossmuseum, Linz, Austria, 2022, extinct, palace enterprise, 2021, Traces of Life, ARKEN, 2021, Fertile Ghosts, Kunstfort, Vijfhuizen, 2020. Lislegaard’s work can be found in the collections of: ARoS—Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus, Denmark, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, US among others.

Oracles, Owls... Some Animals Never Sleep (Borealis)

Mixed media: LED screens, BrightSign player, speaker, iron frame 3D animation, sound. Duration: 31:45 min . Dimensions: 250 x 150 x 61 cm
2021

Photo by Anders Sune Berg

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Malstrømmen

3D animation, sound . Duration: 5.3min
2017-2019

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Entropology

Lambda, 101 x 142 cm (framed). Edition of 3 (+ 1 AP)
2007

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Entropology

Lambda, 101 x 142 cm (framed). Edition of 3 (+ 1 AP)
2007

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Entropology

Lambda, 101 x 142 cm (framed). Edition of 3 (+ 1 AP)
2007

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Ann Lislegaard, Installation view of Malstrømmen, 2017-2019

Photo by Anders Sune Berg

Magnus Andersen (DK)

Magnus Andersen’s point of departure stem from an interest in the relationship between image and representation, and how the living image and the painting function in a world heavily fueled with visual impressions. Andersen works with one of the most fundamental functions of the image; its pedagogical potential and through this, with themes such as education and training and how the medium of the image, historically, has been used to communicate this - from old-fashioned classrooms, feudal propaganda to contemporary advertising.

Recent exhibitions include: Mogens and Other Stories, palace enterprise, 2022, Readers Remedy, Damien and the Love Guru, Brussels, 2022, Agrication, Tranen, Gentofte, Denmark, 2021, Page at Petzel, Petzel Gallery, New York, US, 2021. Andersen’s work can be found in the collection of: Museum Sønderjylland, Tønder, DK, SMK National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen, DK, Collection European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, DE among others.

Reader (Red)

Pastel and acrylic on canvas, artist frame, 153 x 123 cm
2022

Photo by Jan Søndergaard

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Reader (Leather)

Pastel and acrylic on canvas, artist frame, 150 x 120 cm
2022

Photo by Jan Søndergaard

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Installation View of Mogens and Other Stories

palace enterprises
2022

Photo by Jan Søndergaard

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Magnus Andersen, Mogens and Other Stories, installation view at palace enterprise 2022