Om mig

I'm a BA Drawing student at Camberwell College of Arts in London.

lørdag den 24. maj 2014

Getting ready for the degree show

Setting up for the final show is proving to be a very bitter sweet experience.... It feels great to see my pieces go up on the walls, see everybody working towards a common goal, staying in college till it closes every evening, going to the pub after to unwind, discuss plans, squeeze the last few hours out of the few days we have left. But the thought that it'll all be over so soon is really really sad.

The tiles I'm making are made out of plaster and all hand painted with black ink. The different colours are due to the ink reacting in different ways to moisture in the plaster or from a window e.g.

The tiles mounted on the walls by the window (the picture above is not of the finished work) is one of 2 pieces I will be showing. I've made approximately 150 tiles.

torsdag den 17. april 2014

Getting ready for my exhibition

Getting ready for my show at the Danish Embassy in London. These are only some of the works that will be on show there for the next year. The show can only be seen by prior appointment. Read more here

lørdag den 5. april 2014

Plaster experiment

I filled a cylinder with coloured plaster and cut off slices....this is the result...very psycadelic! Not sure what to do with it now, but maybe I'll think of something :)

mandag den 31. marts 2014

søndag den 16. marts 2014


Playing around with all these foam scraps I got from a factory. Nice to try out a new material - and also combining it with my good old favorite: plaster. We'll see what happens. Degree show is getting very close all of a sudden so just experimenting with no particular spectacular idea in mind feels a bit scary at this point, but hopefully it will all be fine.

søndag den 9. marts 2014

Trying out a different way to display the plaster blobs in my studio....

onsdag den 5. marts 2014

Soooo I'm back - at least for now :) This last year is proving to be quite busy! But with dissertation out of the way I'll hopefully remember to update the blog more often.
These are some experiments with plaster and ink on different objects instead of my poured plate-like pieces. The romanesco cauliflower cast is from my classmate Annie.