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PROJECTS
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The Artists Village and Guests
A Shifting Wilderness Walk
Crown Shyness - A Shifting Wilderness Walk
A Shifting Wilderness Walk
A Shifting Wilderness Walk
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Satellite map Turf City
Forest Impuzzle
Leave Nothing but Footprints
Leave Nothing But Footprints
Group exhibition and group residency, L'Observatoire and Starch Art Space, Singapore, 2023.
 
A 3-month group residency by artists from The Artist Village and guests exploring the theme of “Landscape” through a number of workshops, seminars and site-specific walks. The residency was followed by a group exhibition curated by Isabelle Dejeux at Starch Art Space, Singapore (October 2023). 

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Selfie Sacrifice, Lyngby Åmose
Selfie Sacrifice, Lyngby Åmose
Kort (detalje)
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Digital map exhibited at KP Digital 22, Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark 2022.

 

The work experiments with Google Earth as an exhibition platform by creating connections between the digital and the site-specific physical reality, in which two traditional genres within fine art - the landscape and the self portrait - are put into play.

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PÅ VILDVEJE (ASTRAY)

Participatory guided walk at Jægersborg Hegn, Denmark, 2020.

The project was part of Naturens Dag in collaboration with Danmarks Naturfredningsforening (The Danish Society for Nature Conservation) and Friluftsrådet (Danish Outdoor Council).

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Anne Mølleskov art
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FOREST FANTASIES and OTHER FORESTIC AFFAIRS 

Artist in residence at L'Observatoire, Singapore, 2019.

The studio was converted into a “Faculty of Forest Fantasies and other Forestic Affairs”, and the nearby, partly forested area, became a place for wonder, imagination, and engagement, ‘a landscape of possibilities’.

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SELECTED PROJECTS FROM THE RESIDENCY:
Stand Tall with the Trees
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FOUND FOREST

a landscape exhibition at Untitled Space, 空间 题 空间,  Jinze, Shanghai, 2018.

Blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors, nature and culture. "Found Forest" challenges traditional categories, inviting viewers to reconsider their perception of landscape, gallery space, and the relationship between art and nature.

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Found Forest
GALLERY GO

Landscape painting in the 21st century might take shape as a wearable dress made of white canvas. The gallery (dress) displayed an exhibition of photos depicting "found forests" in Shanghai (found in books and in reality), and the exhibition was performed on the streets of Jinze, April 2018.  

The work was responding to the challenges of being a global nomadic artist, whose work often requires applications, permissions, and network in order to come into being. The intention of Gallery Go was to make an autonomous art platform that was so light and ephemeral, that it moved around freely, crossing in and out of territories, borders and bridges (as we once roamed the forests of the world), requiring no approval and censorship - and if asked: “I am just walking around in my new dress”.

at Untitled Space 空间 题 空间,  Jinze, Shanghai, 2018.

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Time to care

TAKE TIME TO CARE

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Take Time to Care is a collaborative project in the village of Chandelao, Rajasthan, India where we are an international group of women working together with women from the village on issues of social entrepreneurship, women empowerment, and conservation.

Rajasthan is known for its traditional hand block printing practices that connects humans with the local environment through storytelling and the process of using mud and natural dyes.

The project started in 2017 and is on-going.

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TURNING TO BE WILDER(ED)

MacRitchie Me: Turning to Be Wilder(ed), a project that through research and direct engagement with MacRitchie Nature Reserve in Singapore, aimed to go into the dark and unknown wilderness beyond categories of self, nature and art. 

The work was shown as a multi-media installation at the MA degree show Maybe in Gallery 1, Institute of Contemporary Art, LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore, and presented at Interdisciplinary Symposium - Travels in Trans-Sensoriality, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, 2017.

STRANGE STRANGERS
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Strange Strangers, a video installation in the the group show Freshly Squeezed at Institute of Contemporary Art, LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore, 2016.

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BOTANY FOR BEGINNERS
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A project using botany as a platform for discovering the world anew by bringing science, art, conservation, natural history, romanticism et al. into play.

Latest the artist books Botany for Ladies and DipteroWhat? were displayed at Singapore ArtBook Fair, NTU Centre of Contemporary Art, Singapore, 2014 and 2018. 

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House of Wild Wood Woman is a homemade home, a refuge for the recluse, a mobile forest cabin and a nomadic museum and gallery, all-in-ONE.

It was created in the summer 2010 and has since functioned as an art based platform for site-specific art projects with a focus on creating dialogue about our perception of nature.

So far the project has visited South Sweden, Nybyggerne i Ridehuset in Århus (DK), Helt øR i Plantagen at Rø Plantage, Bornholm (DK), Face Forest in Charlottenlund Forest (DK), Gallery Koh-I-Noor in Copenhagen and Institute of Contemporary Art in Singapore.

 

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Charcoal drawings on tree stumps in Charlottenlund Forest near Copenhagen, June 2011.

 

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A project about our perception of the forest in Rø Plantation, Bornholm, Denmark.

 

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Three Trolls
Elk Tower
Troll tea
Seminar and private view
Tree climbing shoes
Workshop
Soup
Gallery Far Out
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Performance
Forest floor
Natural on-soles
Nature's treasures
Embroidery (elk dung)
Elk and forest lake
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Workshop
Elk Towers
Kiss kiss
The 3 Billy Goat Gruff

A collaborative international art project at Frederiks Bastion, Copenhagen, 2002

by Anne Mølleskov (DK), Joss James (UK) and  Ingrid Weiss (UK).

 

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THE TREE
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A site-specific project created in March 1997, involving a dozen apples placed on the pavement underneath a tree in a bustling city setting.

 

The project aimed to capture the reactions of passersby, whether they looked up in puzzlement, ignored the apples, or took them. These interactions were photographed and recorded on video, later exhibited in Central St. Martin's Window Gallery, directly opposite the actual tree in London.

 

After its initial iteration in London, "The Tree" was also performed in New York and Berlin. These repetitions allowed the project to engage with different urban contexts, each time inviting pedestrians to pause, look up, and reflect on their surroundings.

 

OTHER PROJECTS

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WE LOVE OUR LAND

Landscape paintings for parrots, North Zealand's Birdpark, 2006.

 

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PIPPI POWER

Pippi Power is a statement, a vision, a way of living and a twinkle in the eye. Pippi Powers mission is to share, to celebrate and to explore ways for adult women & men to integrate the very special POWER of Pippi Longstocking.

Read the Pippi Power blog by Anne Mølleskov and the book Pippi Power written by Gitte Jørgensen and illustrated by Anne Mølleskov (published by Schonberg in Danish, Norwegian and Swedish 2008/2009).

 

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FLOWER POWER

Imagined performance.

Oil paint on laser prints. 

Exhibited at 

The Centre of Attention, London 2000

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DO YOU CARE?

Who Cares? occasionally collaborates with NGOs, government agencies and companies. 

Do you care about something, and do you think your cause would benefit from an artist's interaction and point of view, then please drop me an e-mail.

The shown works are made for the health lounge Props & Pearls' campaigns: Can a breast prosthesis be a piece of jewellery?, What's hiding behind the Bush? and KnibNU.dk.

 

 

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