ARTWORK AND PROCESS
AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
EXTERNAL RESOURCES AND PROFFESIONAL SKILLS
A lot of my time inn London has been in lockdown and I especially think missing out on the informal conversations in the studio and workshop has been a great loss in terms of knowledge about opportunities. But despite difficulties I did a few things, and the following is divided into a list of things I have already done and a list of intentions.
UNMUTE, a cross pathway exhibition at Copelan Gallery
UAL Graduate show at Camberwell Space
Pop Up event at UAL with Gemma Thompsen and Marta Zanatti
Mail Art Project at Kingsgate Project Space Instagram profile
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2021.
'Kunsthuset Annaborg', group exhibition in collaboration with fellow artist in Copenhagen
Submitted 3 prints for The International Original Print Exhibition
Submitted work for the Saatchi Gallery Open Call
Applied for a Contemporary Print Making Prize ’21 at Fen Ditton Gallery, but did not get selected
Represented by Argentum Gallery and Workshop. A gallery-shop in Copenhagen.
Student representatives for the cross pathway show at Copeland Gallery
I viewed 14 of the 30 black and white photographs from Daido Moriyama’s photo book Farewell Photography from 1972 at the Print and Drawing room at Tate Britain
Danish Printmaking assosiation
KUNST 2100 (attending their yearly Art Fair in Copenhagen)
TO BE DONE
Open Call for 'Kunstnernes Efterårsudstilling' 2021 an exhibition organized by the Royal Danish Art Academy
Open Call for an exhibition called 'New School' at The Danish Printmakers Assosiation
I have contacted the Library at CSM because I would like to se a Japanese Photobook called 'The Solitude of the Ravens.
I am not very good at planning and how I surveived more that 20 years as self imployed free lance is a mystery. However, from watching a lot of the Professional Toolkit Lectures I have become brutally aware that it is essential to do a lot of planning and apply for a lot of oppotunities if I want to be visable in the art scene.
The Professional Toolkit Lectures has provided us with a lot of information about finding useful professional practice resources and links. Some of the things I would like to look at are residencies and non-for-profit galleries.
There are so many Open Calls at the moment, but I cannot find the time to apply for all of them. It is a note to self, that september is 'high seson' for open calls and in the future I need to be better prepared.
When Camberwell finally opened after lockdown and restrictions I think many of us finally got a feel of what it is really like to study at an art collegde with all the workshops and possibilities. And I loved that vibe. Therefore, I consider studying a practice based phd, prefeably in Oslo, Norway because there you researchers become a part of the paid staff. Also, it looks like they have amazing printmaking fascilities.
When I move back to Denmark it is essentiel to build new networks, and here is a list of oppotunities:
PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS IN COPENHAGEN:
Københavns Grafiske Værksteder at FABRIKKEN
Bibliotekets grafiske værksted
PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS AND GALLERIES OUTSIDE COPENHAGEN:
Grafisk Værksted Næstved
Fyns Grafiske Værksted
Hjørring Grafisk Værksted
OTHER MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS
Billedkunstnernes Forbund (Artist Union)
KKArt (recruitment bank for artist run by the union)
Danske Kunsthåndværkere & Designere