INTERIOR WITH MODERN ART
If you go for a personal unique style in your décor, modern art can help give your home a sophisticated aesthetic with a unique touch.
Paintings, sculptures, or perhaps a stool or bowl of art, give the décor life and the feel of something handmade and personal. It can provide a fine balance between the minimalist and streamlined, and the rustic and crooked. The art of the décor creates atmosphere and life.
What style you choose in art is all about personal taste. They say that you are not allowed to buy a painting that fits the sofa, but if you want a beautiful home, the right composition will make both the art and the whole home more beautiful and harmonious. With the right choice of art, the art is highlighted and the home feels more nice to be in. There is absolutely nothing wrong with seeing art in a larger context. It's about the feeling you get when you're in space. Does it feel nice to stay in? and does it feel balanced and beautiful, like a place where you feel like being?
My art implies a confidence in the power of abstraction, the complex and subtle, where something un articulate in us is met with an inspiring energy. With my art, I want to move the viewer with my worldview of nature in man – and the human being in nature. It is a story that we humans are nature and part of a complicated universal pattern in which the surroundings on an energy level merge with the senses, emotions and thoughts.
We move in the science art category (SciArt), where I investigate and express something about the world. I reduce a scientific or aesthetic concept down to fewer and simpler elements to investigate a lot more closely. I use this reductionist approach in my art in both form and colour, where I examine individual components to uncover a more complex phenomenon. I seek to elicit a sensual and emotional realization in the viewer.
In my art, I take advantage of nature's flow, where large amounts of water make shapes liquid and vibrant. I use the laws of nature to create movements and crackles. Ramifications emerge as new beginnings and follow the universal pattern of a fractal stud shooting. The cells are the building blocks of nature and the foundation of all life. All living things are made up of cells. The human body is constantly changing from the first cell formation, where the stem cells are the basis of our complex organism.
I see the world holistically with a focus on the whole. Man and everything in the world is inextricably linked. I am fascinated by the patterns and connections of nature between micro- and macrocosm. The patterns in nature are repeated in a fractal geometry, where they are embedded in each other and repeated in large and small. The fractal patterns apply both to nature's simple organisms and to the more complex ones, and thus also apply to us humans.
In quantum physics, we have learned that all we thought was physical is energy. Everything in the universe consists of intangible energy, and everything radiates energy. A work of art – and also colors exude energy. But also any sense, emotion, thought or life-depletion is a result of energy. Our minds live and gain daily energy from our surroundings and with my art, I want to contribute with a sensual stimuli, an inspiring energy and perhaps even new realizations.
Biological art lies on the boundary between art and science. I always had a fascination for biology, and when I was a teenager, I was sure I was going to be a biologist or a doctor. However, I became an artist instead, but my paintings always have a biological theme. The paintings are about micro- and macrobiology – about nature's basic patterns, the flow of water, ramifications, bud shootings, DNA, stem cells and viruses.
I work with both doctors and biologists, who help me get microscope photos to inspire my paintings. My art hangs in many medical clinics, dentists and psychologists, and I have performed great artistic decorations at the pharmaceutical company SaxoSmithKline and at four psychiatric hospitals in Denmark. I am a member of the SciArt Initiative and have exhibited my art at New York Hall and Science.