Wednesday, 20 February 2008

animal day 2





Erik Langert, neighbor at Konstepidemin has a playful and innovative approach to whatever is at hand in his studio. At the same time he is very precise with details and materials; in set designs for theatres, exhibition designs for museums, playgrounds and other public spaces.

Click My animal park, it's his totally unique zoo. It toured a long time now, maybe it is still out there?

Rachel Denny knits animals, trophies ans more.

8 comments:

Lylou said...

i love the knit deer...this time of year i can sit on my front patio and drink tea while the deer eat breakfast. it is so wonderful to be so close to nature.

oldmanlincoln said...

Very interesting to me. I was in art all my life but now in my old age I don't do much but take pictures. Thanks for visiting.

I really like your blog.

Marie-Louise said...

jag har faktiskt mött många av dessa djur på konstmseet i Kalmar för flera år sedan. Och jag blev så fruktansvärt tagen och GLAD! Materialen, den otroliga förmågan att se oc bygga skulptur. Dessutom känner man av en underliggande mani...Jag tycker att dom är skitbra!

paula said...

Vad fin den översta bilden var, ser ut som en målning.

Eric Langert är en av mina favoriter i konsten att se och ta till vara... Jag hade honom som handledare i mitt x-jobb (M.F.A) och det var verkligen givande.
Ser fram emot att se hans djuriska park ännu en gång på Sjöfartsmuseet (om jag inte tar fel på museer...)

Säg hej ifrån mig!

Bibbi said...

Hej Marie-Louise o PAula! Jag ska framföra hälsningar, tycker också att de bär så mycket kunskap och formkänsla och så är de skoj.

Thank you Mr Lincoln, and I'll definately visit your blog again!

Lylou! I must put your house in another setting in my imagination. Deers are special creatures.

mansuetude said...

i don't know, i love the way Erik looks up at you while you take this bottom im,age. He looks familiar, and his links are good.

I a,m wondering what you are up to...after watching Camilla's video link associated to you!

Bibbi said...

Mansuetude, I saw the link, beautiful ! Can't live up to that, but I can see connections Camilla finds. Black and white, flowers, a little sadness and some humour, too. We'll see...

mansuetude said...

i was also thinking of a post way back about some connections with dolls and voodoo ... Maya did a documentary on that, as well. But I thought "too" out of box. Its all mystery. thanks for fire talk.