Tag Archives: cultural identity
A short video of my process of building a trolls head.
Creating an artwork involves many processes, most of which remain unseen to the outside world of spectators and audiences. The translation of thoughts and ideas into something concrete and viewable (in one manner or other) is long, hard and necessary … Continue reading
I’ll be showing this image at this years ScanArt exhibition in Melbourne in September-October. ScanArt is a juried exhibition that showcases Scandinavian art and design. The official exhibition opening is Friday September 30th. More details to come soon. I thought … Continue reading
The feeling of being out of place, or displaced, is something that seems to stay relevant as a theme to artists and artists’ expressions in one way or another. Wether it be displacement around the idea of home and place, … Continue reading
Trolls… they’re big, they’re hairy, they live in the mountains and in the woods. They’re ugly and the older they get, the more heads they sprout, and they can smell a Christian a mile away. They hold fair maidens captive … Continue reading
Myths and fairytales are so engraved on the norse soul, almost from the day it is born. And so are the iconic images and imagery that accompanies them. It is our cultural heritage, a map of what has come before. … Continue reading