onsdag den 22. april 2020

Light Windows. Love from New York for Window-based Light Exhibition 25-31 maj 2020

Jeg flager med i Lk-kunst både i Galleriet og Atelieret. I dag har jeg sat ready made lysskulpturer op i begge vinduer på Bogholder Alle til ære for alle der er døde af corona og "Light Windows" der lyser fra 25 maj til 31 maj. Hvide Engel flager med. Lad os sprede budskabet.

”Til de der døde af Corona 1 + 2”
lavet af plastbamser, stjerner, lyskæder, svæveramme, coronamundbind og 2 katolske hologrammer i 2 kurve. Kurven er kisten. Bamserne døde menneskers ånd, hologrammerne det de har med i graven. Den store med Jesus hologrammet har glorie og mundbind på. De 2 små bamser har jomfru maria og har en lyskæde og 2 stjerner. Kunstværkerne er ligesom et minuts stilhed for de Coronadøde.
Lyskunsten er en del af Hvide Engels udvikling.





"Anyone who has a window and wants to engage can put something up. It’s meant to be a really hopeful gesture"
Jonathan Sims

With the closure of art spaces around the world, Flux Factory alumna and Director of the Center for Holographic Arts, Martina Mrongovius, launched the festival Light Windows as a way to bring art into the streets. Using various forms of projection, artists have installed illuminated artworks in windows around the world.

At the Flux Factory building in Long Island City, the gallery windows are lit by current Artist-in-Residence Jonathan Sims' new work Song For Sickness, a meditation on "the complex relationships every human being experiences with sickness."

Thank you to New York Post writer Hannah Frishberg for covering the festival and highlighting Jon's work. Click here to read the full article.

Song For Sickness is on view from the sidewalk every night through May 31st.
"Anyone who has a window and wants to engage can put something up. It’s meant to be a really hopeful gesture"
Jonathan Sims

With the closure of art spaces around the world, Flux Factory alumna and Director of the Center for Holographic Arts, Martina Mrongovius, launched the festival Light Windows as a way to bring art into the streets. Using various forms of projection, artists have installed illuminated artworks in windows around the world.

At the Flux Factory building in Long Island City, the gallery windows are lit by current Artist-in-Residence Jonathan Sims' new work Song For Sickness, a meditation on "the complex relationships every human being experiences with sickness."

Thank you to New York Post writer Hannah Frishberg for covering the festival and highlighting Jon's work. Click here to read the full article.


Song For Sickness is on view from the sidewalk every night through May 31st.



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