Martin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the exhibition Resonance by Astrid Kruse Jensen. The exhibition presents photographic works that seek to capture what is everchanging and goes beyond the tangible. The exhibition is an interaction between cyanotypes and works created using expired polaroid film, and it is therefore not the concrete motives, which are in focus. Instead, the works circle around inner conditions and a search for resonance.
The viewer gets the sense of standing across from an abstraction without reference to any specific time. Deconstructed dream images, rooms, and memories merge. The relationship between photography and remembrance is an important drive for the artist, who has worked with memory as a form of shifted reality in her entire oeuvre. This is expressed through an exploration of the basics of photography. Using double exposure, backlight, chemical traces and the use of long shutter speed, Kruse Jensen generates, with strokes of light, traces of what has already passed, while simultaneously encapsulating traces of resonance. The title of the exhibition refers to the echo of reminiscences in the world: to sense the resonance of the past in the present.
Martin Asbæk Gallery
Bredgade 23, 1260 København K