The reliefs for the exhibition Tomb Womb by Ida Lunden were created during a period of mourning and are based on studies of sepulchral monuments. In her studies, the artist insists on both love and the vast potential inherent in grief and loss. Through the work with the reliefs Lunden, contemplates the body. Inspired by the body, its intuitive movements and its constant process of caring, the works create a meaningful bond between the self, others and disease. The disease gives rise to a space somewhere between life and death. Analysis is set aside and an intuitive understanding and sense of cohesion comes to the forefront.
Dybbølsgade 60, 1721 København
Thur-sat 14 -17