I seek to visualize beauty in abjection and abjection in beauty. When the abject becomes beautiful, the predictable loosens its grip and the world opens = new perspectives, creative inspiration.
“THE ABJECT, abjection (Kristeva): Our reaction (horror, vomit) to a threatened breakdown in meaning caused by the loss of the distinction between subject and object or between self and other, (https://cla.purdue.edu/academic)“
I visualize through choreography, mapping, film and model building.
I am a dancer and choreographer from The Danish National School of Performing Arts and has since 1994 worked freelance in several productions in Denmark and abroad.
From 2001-07 I was active in the performance group of the gender political association dunst. In 2018 I wrote the article dunst 2001-07 Aesthetics of Abjection published in Peripeti, a magazine for dramaturgical studies.
In 2014 I became a landscape architect (cand.hort.arch) specialising in relations between movement, space and time.