An exhibition that combines paper cuts, audio and photo in an unique way. Torben Jarlstrøm Clausen’s existences lives burdened by life in the paper before he puts the scissors to the paper. After he cuts them free, they then move happy in our diverse world. It is the story about, we have to deal with what makes us unhappy – to be happy, as the liberated existences are. Robert Cole Rizzi have made recordings of the quiet and peculiar sounds that occur when the existence are cut off from the paper. These recordings he has turned into a subtle piece of sound-art that makes up the exhibitions soundtrack. The scissors’ liberation of the paper cut existences from the paper, which can be seen in the exhibition of Karen Relster’s subtle photos.
Exhibition sponsor: Panduro Hobby, The Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation and Toyota Fonden
Denmark: Paper cut artist Torben Jarlstrøm Clausen. Musician, composer and sound artist Robert Cole Rizzi. Photographer Karen Relster.
Japan: H. C. Andersen Park, Funabashi.
NB – different closing hours:
4 PM Monday-Friday.
5PM Weekends and public holidays.