ALL ALL ALL
All all all presents No Core by Julie Falk
Jan 13th-Feb 18th 2023
Open: Thu-Fri 13-18
On display in Læderstræde 15
The exhibiton No Core by Danish artist Julie Falk is the culmination of a process the artist started in the summer of 2022. The project is developed from Falk’s own experiences when she in July last year became a mother – and was diagnosed with cancer in the form of ALL – Acute Lymphatic Leukemia.
No Core investigates and treats what it now means to be an artist and also mother, human, in the situation where the body has become dependent on exterior structures. What is the support, the systems you give into, but also build yourself? It does this through mediums of video and abstract sculpture in both hard and soft materials like sea shells and bronze.
In one piece the artist has used the method ’Cire Perdue’ – meaning ’lost wax’ – where the wax is lost in the molding process. The element of the wax can be traded with other materials that melt, like synthetic materials, and here locks from Falks wigs are transformed into small pointy bronze weapons. With these works Falk explores what the supportive structure is and does, how it can be translated into her practice as a sculptor.
About the artist:
Julie Falk (1991) is a Copenhagen based visual artist and holds a MFA from Malmö Art Academy. She works in an intersection between sculpture and concept, where everyday elements are merged with materials from a context of sculptural production. Through a physical and formal language she engages with themes as interdependence, autonomy and temporality.
All all all is kindly supported by Statens Kunstfond, Augustinus Fonden, Beckett Fonden and Knud Højgaards Fond.
About All all all
All all all has its home in Læderstræde 15, in the backhouse of Kunstforeningen GL STRAND in 2022/2023. During this year, through five media-based artistic investigations, All all all facilitates processual exhibition formats that challenge ideas of the finished art product, slow down artistic production and consumption, and activate different art practices of care.
The project is founded on the premise that our space and resources are shared and handed over again and again to a number of artists who in different ways translate and negotiate terms of care in their work. The artists are given an office/workshop/laboratory place in All all all that they can use freely. They each unfold their practice in a personal processual exhibition format that evolves during their residency and expands through cross aesthetic collaborations and events, dinners, performances and more.