uses ART 
to explore our relationship with
NATURE

 

 

Who Cares? is an art-based platform founded by Anne Mølleskov, who is a visual artist from Copenhagen, currently based in Singapore.

 

Her work encompasses installation, performance, painting, digital media etc. 

 

Drawing on myths, natural history, science and personal experience, she uses art as a way of creating new interactions and narratives about our complex relationship to nature.

 

 

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Exhibitions and projects:

 

2019

  • Forest Fantasies and Other Forestic Affairs, artist in residence at L'Observatoire, Singapore (March 2019).

  • Stand Tall with the Trees, participatory art event in the forest near L'Observatoire, Singapore.

  • Forestic Affairs, walk & talk, participatory art event at L'Observatoire and nearby outdoors..

  • Wonders in Wanderland, a guided walk in Singapore Nature Reserves, DAWS, Singapore.

2018

  • Sol leWitt, assistant in the making of Sol le Witt's Wall Drawing no. 338 in the group show "Minimalism", National Gallery, Singapore.

  • Go West, a guided walk in Singapore Nature Reserves, DAWS, Singapore.

  • Found Forest, Gallery Open, Untitled Space, Shanghai, China.

  • Gallery Go, Untitled Space, Shanghai, China.

  • DipteroWhat?, Singapore Art Book Fair 2018, NTU Centre of Contemporary Art, Singapore.

  • Prunes & Prisms, Singapore Art Book Fair 2018, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore.

 

2017

  • MacRitchie Me, presentation of my work at "Interdisciplinary Symposium - Travels in Trans-Sensoriality", Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore.

  • Outhing in the group show "LaSalle Show", LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore.

  • MacRitchie Me, Turning to Be Wilder(ed) in the group show "Maybe", Gallery 1, Institute of Contemporary Art, Singapore.

 

2016

  • MacRitchie Me in the group show "Ephemera", The Substation, Singapore.

  • Strange Strangers in the group show "Freshly Squeezed", Institute of Contemporary Art, Singapore.

 

2014

  • Botany for Ladies, Singapore Art Book Fair 2014, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore.

  • DipteroWhat?, Singapore Art Book Fair 2014, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore.

 

2012

  • Wild Wood Woman, Gallery Koh-I-Noor, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Squeeze, concept and graphic design of a campaign to prevent incontinence for the socio economic company Props & Pearls, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

2011

  • Face Forest, Charlottenlund Forest, Charlottenlund, Denmark.

  • Helt øR i Plantagen (Bewildered in the Wilderness), Rø Plantage, Bornholm, Denmark.

 

2010

  • House of Wild Wood Woman in the group show ”Nybyggerne i Ridehuset” (”The Pioneer Settlers in the Riding House”), Ridehuset, Aarhus, Denmark.

 

2009

  • Kunsten må gerne betrædes (Please walk on the Art), Vejle Torv, Vejle, Denmark..

 

2008    

  • Pippi Power, illustrations and lay out of the book Pippi Power written by Gitte Jørgensen and published by Schönberg (Denmark), ICA Bokforlag (Sweden 2010) and Cappelen Damm (Norway 2010).

  • You never know when you might need a false Arm, appointed "Artist of the Year" while designing the prize statuette awarded to Heriones of the Year by the Danish network  Morgendagens Heltinder, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Cash & Carry Canvases, Selskabs- og Erhvervsstyrelsen (Danish Commerce and Company Agency), Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

2007

  • Launching the blog: www.pippipower.blogspot.com (2007-2009).

  • Launching the blog: www.whocares-blog.blogspot.com (2007 - ongoing).

  • What’s hiding behind the Bush?, Props & Pearls, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Imagine a Breast Prothesis like a Piece of Jewellery, cross-over project with design students from Copenhagen Technical College and socio economic company Props & Pearls, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Prune Poetry, Overgaden’s Art Book Fair, Overgaden, Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

2006

  • We love our Land, Nordsjællands Fuglepark, Denmark.

 

2004

  • Kvidderkvad – Fireogfyrre Forårsforestillinger (Cheep Chirp – Fortyfour Spring Performances) in the group show ”The Spring Exhibition 2004 ”, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Kvidderkvad – Fireogfyrre Forårsforestillinger (Cheep Chirp – Fortyfour Spring Performances), Danish Society for the Protection of Birds, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Kvidderkvad – Fireogfyrre Forårsforestillinger (Cheep Chirp – Fortyfour Spring Performances), Copenhagen Art Shop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

2003

  • These Paintings are made for Walking in the group show ”Money without Limits”, Øksnehallen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

2002

  • Hvem er det der tripper på min bro?/ Who’s that tripping over my bridge?/Vem är det som trippar på min bro?, collaborative group show by Trip (Anne Mølleskov, Ingrid Weiss and Joss James) at Frederiks Bastion, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Turning Jane into Anne, Trip & Jane Henderson @ the Windows Gallery,C. St. Martins College of Art & Design, London, UK.

  • Trip at The Exchange, The Exchange, London, UK.

 

2000

  • Flower Power in the group exhibition ”Magazine”, Centre of Attention, London, UK.

  • This is Me, Writing in Degree show 2000, Annexe Soho, London, UK.

  • Airy Thoughts, (Frontspace), Annexe Soho, London, UK.

  • Encounter in the group show ”Working with Thek”, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK.

 

1998

  • Parade in the group show ”Trollops & Tropes”, Camden Women in Focus Festival, Lauderdale House, London, UK.

  • Who am I? in the group show Dreams, Radlett Centre, London, UK.

 

1997

  • Who am I? in the group show Family Portrait, Fringe Gallery, Glasgow, UK.

  • Forest Dreams in The Danish Church, London, UK.

  • The Tree , C. St. Martin’s Window Gallery, London, UK

 

Illustrations

 

Kunststuff

Berlingske Tidende

IN

ALT for Damerne

Femina

Hendes Verden

Pippi Power

Drivkraft

 

 

Grants

 

Nordic Culture Fund

The Danish Ministry of Culture

The Danish Arts Council’s Committee for Literature

The Danish Arts Council’s Committee for Music

City of Copenhagen

The Tuborg Foundation

City Vejle

Kulturhus Aarhus

Danish Nature Agency

The Danish Arts Council

 

© Copyright Anne Mølleskov 2020