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Solo show: Marianne L. Jørgensen - Walk The Line - drawings, objects & reliefs / Project room (over)

24 May 2008 until 21 June 2008
  Marianne L. Jørgensen - Walk The Line - drawings, objects & reliefs / Project room
Marianne L. Jørgensen, Untitled, fire line on mdf, 90x90 cm, 2008
  Galleri Christoffer Egelund

Galleri Christoffer Egelund
Bredgade 75
DK-1260 Copenhagen
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opening reception

Friday May 23 | 16-20

Music by Piano Prince from 18-19

Project room:

Marianne L. Jørgensen

Walk The Line
drawings, objects & reliefs

Concurrently, in the gallery's project room, we present the exhibition Walk the Line by Marianne Lipschitz Jørgensen. Here the artist explores the most fundamental elements of drawings and their potentials. By dissecting drawings down to their smallest units, a dot, the artist is left with the possibility to define a line or a space depending on how those units are combined and repeated. Marianne L. Jørgensen indicates a few systems, yet at the same time she lets them start their own disintegration - or maybe they are assembled, depending on how you read the drawings! Marianne L. Jørgensen's geometric idiom and formal linearity not only creates the basis for structural logic in her works, it is also the condition for chaotic disorder to be able to develop. She thus focuses attention on geometric order and its disintegration as a process, a repetitive transformation, where logical form and clarity transcends its own limits to form a new kind of order.

Galleri Christoffer Egelund invites you to the private view of Maria Torp's exhibition Outside In and Marianne Lipschitz Jørgensen's exhibition in the project room, Walk the Line, on Friday 23 May at 4pm - 8 pm. The exhibition is subsequently shown in the period from 24 May - 21 June 2008. Opening hours: Monday - Friday 11am - 6pm, Saturday 11am - 3pm.

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