Mark

Solo Shows

Roaming Away On The Pillars Of Consensus, CGK 2018
Copenhagen, Denmark

Group shows

Zoom With Your Feet (Make Friends) 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark

Homesick Gallery - Fantastic Sunny Apartment And 10 Min To Manhatten 2019
Brooklyn, New York 

Learning From (Learning) Albertslund 2019
Albertslund, Denmark

Supermarket Art Fair curated by Ta-Da 2019
Stockholm, Sweden

Pulsar Festival, Udstillingsstedet Q 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark

Vibevej Præsenterer: Rentemestervej 69B 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark

Førsteårsudstillingen, Udstillingsstedet Q 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark

Kunstnernes Efterårsudstilling, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning 2018
Copenhagen, Denmark

Calculation LIVE online-performance, Tashkent International Biennale for Contemporary Art 2018
Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Båndmagasinet no. 2, The Lake Radio. 2018
Copenhagen, Denmark

Walther & Langgaards Artists Supplies, Delfi 2018
Malmö, Sweden

Nye Rør!, Salon 75 2018
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Don’t Feed The Troll, Salon 75 2018
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Vi Tager Intet Ansvar 5, Kræ Syndikatet & Warehouse9 2017
Copenhagen, Denmark

Flerdagesdrøm festival 2017
Slangerup, Denmark

Ingen Jury, Ingen Præmier, Salon 75  2017
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Afgangsudstilling VIEW 17' Kunstskolen Spektrum 2017 
Copenhagen, Denmark

In The Gallery #10 No Title, Carlsberg Byens Galleri & Kunstsalon  2017
Copenhagen, Denmark


Spring Exhibition Charlottenborg  2017
Copenhagen, Denmark


Krystalpaladset, Odensemusikbibliotek  2017
Odense, Denmark

Gentofte Kulturnat , Det Grå Pakhus  2016
Gentofte, Denmark


Creatures of Plurality (Gathering 2016-2019)
Mixed media




Zoom with your feet (make friends)


06.08-11.08-2019 
@ Overgaden. Institute of Contemporary Art
 
initiated by Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard & Pia Angela Rasmussen
Curated by Anna Clarisse Holck Wæhrens
Photograph: Mounir Jonas Andersen Hammoumi

The works included in the exhibition at Overgaden is a small survey and the first gathering of
a series of sculptures made during a period spanning over several years. The figures derive
from the method of exploring the relationship between objects and anthropomorphic mythology. The series arose as frustration and recognition of the production of ancient Greek marble sculpture, consumerism, cartoon characters as well as the fables by Aesop.





HOMESICK GALLERY - FANTASTIC SUNNY APARTMENT AND 10 MIN TO MANHATTEN 




Curated by Salon 75

Brooklyn, New York.  
2. Juli 2019

Pretending to be a gallery,
in spaces pretending to be homes...

Participating artists:
Sikker August (DK)
Sean Joseph Kennedy (US)
Theodor Præst Nymark Jensen (DK)
Sofus Keiding (DK)
Tobias Just (DK)
Isabella Lalonde (US)


”American Werewolf (nightread)” 2019
Werewolf glove with toilet paper filling, Paul Auster: The New York Trilogy.


”American Werewolf (energy savings)” 2019
Werewolf glove with toilet paper filling, Monster Energy, leaf copper.

Learning From (Learning) Albertslund



Saturday, 1 June 2019

This event will be the culmination of a year long workshop focusing on space-specific artistic work and collaborative research in Albertslund and at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. There will be art, talks and snacks. We hope to see you all for a lovely Saturday afternoon!

Participating artists:
Sebastian Adolfsson, Sofus Keiding Agger, Valdemar Bisgaard, Thor Kazuo Buehlow
Lukas Danys, Theodor Præst Nymark Jensen, Mai Northcote, Simon Persson
Luca Frei, Else Pedersen.

Special thanks to Jørgen "Krølle" Hansen and to Michael Willumsen for lending us the house.





‘Hypha’  2019
Digital print on A4 Paper, strips, garden tile, fall leaves,
dried mushrooms from the garden.

The work “Hypha” for the group show ‘Learning from Albertslund’ consisting of a collection of documents on the case of the urban development of The five finger plan anno 2019, Wikipedia texts on Swarm Intelligence and writings about 12 tone music. The exhibition was staged in a old garden house from the 70’s, which was to be demolished and was done In a collaboration between students from the Royal Danish Academy of Art for the course ‘Learning from Albertslund’ by tutor Luca Frei, Jakob Kolding and Heidi Svenningsen.