Lasse Mouritzen     

Denmark

Education

 

2010            Holbæk Art School, Holbæk Art School

2011-2014  Bachelor in Urbanism, Roskilde University, Denmark

2015            Social Entrepreneurship, Tata University of Social Sciences, Mumbai,

                     India

2015-2017  Master degree in Performance Design, Roskilde University, Denmark

Solo Exhibition

 

2018  Via Fairia, Milano, Italy

2018  When Strangers Move In, Cinemateket, Copenhagen, Denmark

2017  Aqui y Ahora - Venta Especiale, Matienchön, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2017  Turin Special Sale, Eno, Turin, Italy

2016  Jamboy Leasing, Prince Gallery, Copenhagen

2016  Songs from a Soup Can, Tapperiet Køge, Denmark.

2015  STAJEL, Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark

2013  Colaba People Picture Show, Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, India.

Group Exhibition

 

2019 Binary Should Have All The Pun, Self curated group exhibition Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, India 

2018 Paths of Sensibility, Underbanen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2017 Revolution Never Ends, Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy. 

2015 Hitparade Biennale, Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile, Turin, Italy.

2014 Nomad in Times, Taipei Contemporary Art Center, Taiwan. 2014 Tales Between Borders, Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, India

2014 And I laid traps for troubadours who get killed before they reached Bombay, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, France.

2013 Who we Are? Galore Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark

Awards

 

Illy Café Grant, Danish Art Foundation, Tuborg Foundation, Municipality of Hørsholm grant of art and culture, Copenhagen Municipality Project Gran, Nørrebro Local Committee Grant, Valby Project Grant, Afsnit I - Social Entrepreneurship.

Publications

 

2018 ‘The ethico-aesthetics of the art project’, Anthology, Passepartout, 31 December

2018 Visual Essay; ‘Emerging Publics Through Participatory Filmmaking’. The School of Parsons, PLOT(S) Journal of Design Studios.

          Publication of the issue: June, 2018 http://adht.parsons.edu/designstudies/plot/emerging-publics-throughparticipatory-filmmaking/

 

2018 Article; ‘Becoming Citizen: Spatial and Expressive Conditions of Refugees in Denmark’. On Migration, Borders and Differentiated

          Citizenship, COGITATIO PRESS. Publication of the Issue: September 2018

 

2018 Article; ‘When Strangers Move In - Participatory Filmmaking’. PAIC Journal (Participatory Art for Invisible Communities),

          October 2018.

Residencies

 

2017  Matienschön, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2017  Fundazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy

2013  Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, India

Teaching/Research

 

2017 Guest teacher at ‘Performative Urbanism’ at faculty of Performance Design at Roskilde University.

2016 Research assistent on the ‘Prestige Project’ at the Department Learning and Philosophy at Aalborg Universitet in Copenhagen.

          Conducting, transcribing and analysing interviews.

2015 Guest teacher on the course ‘Practice and Music’, Metropolitan University Collage, Copenhagen

Art Works Created during Artists' Point 2018

Becoming Animal, Interactive Land Aart, In collaboration with Barbora Kachlikova, 2018

Becoming Animal, Interactive Land Aart, In collaboration with Barbora Kachlikova, 2018

Becoming Animal, Interactive Land Aart, In collaboration with Barbora Kachlikova, 2018

Becoming Animal, Interactive Land Aart, In collaboration with Barbora Kachlikova, 2018

The art work was created in collaboration with the youth from near Jakrem village. According the local myth, Rahon (tiger) use to accompany and protect people during their journey to Shillong Market. Children of the village could reshape their myth by using available medium and create a monumental land art piece.

Becoming Animal, Interactive Land Aart, In collaboration with Barbora Kachlikova, 2018

Becoming Animal, Interactive Land Aart, In collaboration with Barbora Kachlikova, 2018

The art work was created in collaboration with the youth from near Jakrem village. According the local myth, Rahon (tiger) use to accompany and protect people during their journey to Shillong Market. Children of the village could reshape their myth by using available medium and create a monumental land art piece.

Lasse Mouritzen, Plastic Fire, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 75 cm, 2018

Lasse Mouritzen, Plastic Fire, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 75 cm, 2018

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