Sine Hesselager Blanné (b. 1986, Denmark) currently lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she is a student at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Sine Hesselager Blanné’s drawings can be seen as investigations of natural phenomenas, structures and historical facts. The motivic models, often stems from the pages of Encyclopedias and other reference works, subjectively mapped and twisted aesthetically, whereby the image as well as text drawn in freehand becomes extracts of patterns. With fine small strokes or dots set by a small felt pen on paper she alludes the Xerox copy’s distortions of its original, whereby original and copy seems to be turned inside out. By this unique aesthetics Sine Hesselager Blanné seems to accentuate different aspects of our society to lay bare and to question the premises on which we build our history and social understanding.
10 January – 15 February 2014
Marie Kirkegaard Gallery
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