Sara Korshøj Christensen
Installation view
Installation view
Installation view
Installation view
Installation view
Installation view
Installation view
Installation view
Going Metal - Site, 2019, painted steel, 188 x 155 x 17 cm, not available
All These Great Ideas, 2019, acrylic marker and pencil on paper, 32 x 24 cm, not available
Follow Every Rainbow, 2019, acrylic marker and pencil on paper, 32 x 24 cm
Going Metal - Even Handed II, 2019, painted steel, 72 x 22 x 5 cm, not available
Going Metal - Top Gun, 2019, painted steel, 36 x 125 cm, on hold
Going Metal - Present, 2019, Painted steel, 56 x 62 cm, not available
Going Metal - Rabbiting On, 2019, painted steel, 88 x 54 cm, not available
Not You Who Cares, 2019, textile, wood, 280 x 300 cm
Ilips, 2019-20, modified loud speakers, iPads, video, metal, textile, gravel, 141 x 71 x 53 cm
You are Right You are Wrong, 2019-20, textile, wood, 200 x 370 cm
Going Metal - Baby Hit Me One More Time, 2019, painted steel, 47 x 38 cm
Going Metal - Bucket List, 2019-20, painted steel, wire, 74 x 34 cm, not available
Going Metal - Pull Down The Blinds, 2019-20, painted steel, string, variable size
Going Metal - To The Letter II, 2019-20, painted steel, 45 x 36 x 5 cm
Going Metal - To The Letter I, 2019-20, painted steel, 60 sided polyhedral dice, 76 x 35 x 27 cm, not available
First Price Justice, 2019-20, textile, wood, 160 x 380 cm
Going Metal - Even Handed I, 2019, painted steel, 50 x 22 x 5 cm, not available

Short bio

Sara Korshøj Christensen work with a variety of media, depending on the specific demands or requirements of each project. Her works often derive from experiences in everyday life. The physical materials she works with are chosen because they are interesting in terms of their potential for expansion and mutability. The artist attempt to question the universal and existential through the familiar, without looking for concrete answers and solutions. She generally feel challenged by composition; mostly due to the fact that the act of choosing something results in other options not being realized. Sara Korshøj Christensen find the space between objects, both abstract and physical, intriguing, and it informs her work with its different combinations of materials, meaning and form. Most of her works have a humoristic angle, sometimes involving puns or wordplays, but with slightly uncomfortable undertones.