Exhibition dates | 14.10.2009 - 16.10.2009
Opening Hours: daily from 2 - 7 p.m., free admission
Talk: Tue | 13.10.2009 | 6.30 p.m.
Heine Thorhauge Mathiasen in conversation with Tom Holert (Professor of Epistemology and Methodology of Artistic Production at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, art historian and cultural studies scholar, Vienna/Berlin) and Sören Grammel
Heine Thorhauge Mathiasen’s works strike a note consistently seeking to keep a subtle and unstable balance between conceptual and referential aspects and motifs on the one hand and their opening and programmatic subversion by means of emotional, absurd, and obsessive moments on the other. The picture shows a late sketch for a monument “To a Drunkard” by Dürer comprising various handwritten annotations and notes by Mathiason. (SG)
Heine Thorhauge Mathiasen
Born in Han Herred (Denmark) in 1982, lives and works in Copenhagen (Denmark) and Vienna (Austria). Since 2005 has studied at The Royal Danish Academy of Art, School of Visual Art, Copenhagen (Denmark), and, from 2008 to 2009, fine arts under Heimo Zobernig and Manfred Pernice at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (Austria).
2009 “Giro”, Lerchenfelderstraße 62, Vienna, Austria (solo show); “DRNTSCH”, G.O.D, Frankfurt, Germany; “Subvision”, with bell street project space, Hamburg, Germany | 2008 “Gedanken zur Revolution”, Leipzig, Germany | “Match Race – Modernistisk remix mellem nu og da”, Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg, Denmark; “Roeven Bar”, Overgaden, Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark
Translation: Wolfgang Astelbauer
Curator-in-residence 09|10: Sören Grammel