In addition to my artistic practice I have occasionally collaborated with other artists and used their works as a way to expand my means of communication.
I hold a Master of Curating, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, 2020
I prefer to put artistic methodologies to work where the social, philosophical and political potential is folded out. I work in a whispering manner, as subtle strategy in order to navigate the political landscape, human psychology and a desire for genuine dialogue. I focus on identity and cultural currency within the areas of social and conceptual art and work with projects in which location and participation is key.
As artistic director of the contemporary programme at Vestjyllands Art Pavilion I have developed and executed socially engaging and conceptual art exhibitions in collaboration with artists with a range of practices supports by the Danish Art Council and importantly consolidated by local partners, 2018-2020.
As Founder, of the platform for participatory and conceptual art, bull mengers I have have dedicated myself to ultra-local curatorial projects in the village, Laven, Denmark where I am also a resident, 2011-2016
Curatorial programme for VK Contemporary 2017-18
Socially engaging and conceptual art exhibitions at Vestjyllands Art Pavillon in collaboration with local partners.
bull mengers is a platfrom for participatory and conceptuel art in the village, Laven, in Denmark.
bull mengers have shown social projects engaging the local community and conceptually-based projects by artists Mika Andersen, Khaled Barakeh, Kotama Boubane, Jens Axel Beck, Marianne Bitsch & Brian Enevoldsen, Jacob Borges, Lehman Brothers (Kim Kilde, Morten Espersen, Jonas Jensen and Peter Birkholm) Osama Dawod, Andreas Führer, Gudrun Hasle, Mia Helmer, Sif Hedegård, Heidi Hove, Ulla Hvejsel, Cecilia de Jong, Birgitte Ejdrup Kristensen, Line Elmstrøm Lund, Naja Maria Lundstrøm, Aleksandra Mir, Susan O'Malley, Jakob Rød, Karen Petersen, Marie Thams, Anders Visti, Grete Aagaard, Tanja Nellemann Poulsen, Lars Worm, Pernille Kapper Williams and Forlaget *[asterisk]: Mathias Kokholm, Lasse Krog Møller and Anders Visti.
Oh my God!
Oh my God! is a project concisting of two exhibitions, a mini-seminar and a book.
Oh my God! investigates the presens of Christianity in contemporary art. The participating artsts are Kristoffer Akselbo, Jacob Borges, Mikkel Carl, Gudrun Hasle, Heidi Hove, Charlotte Bergmann Johansen, Jesper Kristiansen, Naja Maria Lundstrøm, Lasse Krog Møller, Susan O’Malley, Karen Petersen, Marie Thams, Ulrik Weck and Lars Worm.
Curated by Line Sandvad Mengers.
Teological consultant Cand. Theol. Louise Højlund.
Oh my God!
Identity, belonging, and the desire to escape to a new world.
Berlin provides a utopian dream, a place in which to enrich existence, a refuge for the nomad artist and non-conformist ideals. The Berlin Office is an empty space born within this seemingly utopian paradise. The Berlin Office is a non-place. Exclusively developed for artists. This nothing space in which the artist resides provides a think tank; a neutral ground in which to impregnate with thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
Organized by Victoria Lucas and Line Sandvad Mengers.