SCHIZO ARCHIVE by nina wengel

Still from the video made in collaboration with Katrine Dirckink-Holmfeld, Arendse Krabbe and Mathias Kryger. The exhibitions also consists of a collection of works from the archive at Museum Ovartaci. The exhibition is open till the end of January. Museum Ovartaci, Risskov, Denmark. This exhibition was just rewarded by the Danish Arts Foundation

Still from the video made in collaboration with Katrine Dirckink-Holmfeld, Arendse Krabbe and Mathias Kryger. The exhibitions also consists of a collection of works from the archive at Museum Ovartaci. The exhibition is open till the end of January.

Museum Ovartaci, Risskov, Denmark.

This exhibition was just rewarded by the Danish Arts Foundation

BURNED OUT ALL DAY , HAPPY TO THE BONE 7 DAYS A WEEK, WEARING NEW BORROWED PEALRS EVERY DAY OF THE MONTH (ONGOING ARCHIVE) by nina wengel

This collection of series is an attempt to grasp and frame the spirit of the Danish society right now. It will be shown at

VESTJYLLANDSUDSTILLINGEN 15. oktober - 20. november 2016

About the works : Even thought there’s a general tendency for stress, there is an ongoing pressure for running faster. The country has been defined as the happiest country in world, but at the same time many people suffer from depression. It is a rich society but at the same time, new laws concerning economic aspects of welcoming refugees, gets tighter and tighter. The contradictions are many and seemingly un-logic and difficult to understand. This is the reason why I find interesting and important for to take a closer look at, visualize and capture in order to understand. By creating on of many possible archives of the now and a possible near future, I'm trying to raise the question - Why and how did we end up here, and is this what we want to be?

The exhibition is supported by The Danish Arts Foundation

gone by nina wengel

An exhibition with Jeppe Kruse,

Nicolai Kunst og Design Skolegade 2 6000 Kolding

Ferniseringen er fredag den 8. 1. kl 15-18
Udstillingen er åben tir-fre 15--18
lør-søn 11-15
Udstillingens sidste dag er søndag den 31. 1. fra 15-17