Andreas Emenius - Future Head
1100 Dkr / Apx. 147 €
· 1 color screen print on heavy weight archival paper.
· 50 cm x 70 cm
· Edition of 50
· Signed and numbered by the artists
Swedish born Emenius is a graduate of Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London, and today lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. Visualizing the pulsating energies given out by people and objects, to capture their gravity and movements, the intangible and
the temporary by harnessing the dominant sensation in the whirlwind of modern life. His studies of the world are often translated into choreographed spatial 'situations' with ambiguous and fragmented narratives that takes in death, suburbia, ascension, threat, popular culture and science fiction.
Andreas Emenius has been presented in various galleries in Stockholm, Copenhagen, London, Berlin and Tokyo. In institutions such as Zeeuws Museum in Holland, Kiyomizu-Dera Temple in Kyoto, Japan, Wilhelm Wagendfeld Haus in Bremen, Germany, The Textile Museum, Washington, USA, New Benaki Museum, Athens. As well as during the Curitiba Biennale, Brazil, in 2010 and the Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea in 2011.
With designer Henrik Vibskov he elaborated an on-going art project called 'The Circular Series' (One of which they begun to work on in 2009. Like in their earlier 'The Fringe Projects' collaboration, it works like an experiment, a conversation inside a formal framework, inspired by mankind's constant search for knowledge.
Andreas Emenius staged and curated 'Movement', at H.C Andersen Castle, Copenhagen (2012). A total installation to be experienced during ten hours, with international artists in dialogue across the fields of painting, dance, performance and music. His latest solo exhibition is named 'Future Heads', (2012), at Jonas Kleerup Gallery, Stockholm (2012). Upcoming exhibitions include 'Circular Series, Section 7' (Vibskov&Emenius), Grand Humo, Belgium (2012), 'In case we don't die', Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles, USA (2013) and 'The Situation', Schunck museum, Heleen, Holland (2013).
He is an associative lecture at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, and regulary makes guest lectures at various institutions, such as Hochschule für Künste, Bremen.