Opening: Friday, 16/11 at. 17-19
In the Locker Room we present Andreas Schulenburg’s solo show, “Silent Night”, with a series of new feltworks. Schulenburg (born 1975) works in various media such as drawing, watercolor, ceramics and felt. However, Filt is his favorite material, which is displayed in both sculptures and 2D works, as in this exhibition. A thorough theme in Schulenburg’s work is an in-depth focus on the imaginative and its relationship with nature and culture. His felt works have a rather poetic feel, where the soft expression of the felt always covers serious problems, often referring to human existence and its various threats; eg. natural disasters. In the exhibition “Silent Night”, the works are centered at night in a number of cinematic scenarios. The representation of this is expressed through the darkness and the light coming from its void; a light that manifests itself in shapes and shades and leaves the rest in the shadow. In a poetic way, the artist tries to point to the fine line between the calm of the night and the disturbing sense of darkness, loneliness or the unknown.