Wunderkammer 1 - liquid form
October 6 2018 - March 17 2019
We have all seen a drop fall onto the water surface, and we have all tried stirring liquids in a pot. Thus, from our everyday lives we are already acquainted with the phenomenon of ‘fluid dynamics’.
The exhibition Wunderkammer 1 – liquid form has been created in cooperation with professor of physics Tomas Bohr and his team from The Technical University of Denmark. Bohr’s research is on just that – fluid dynamics, and in connection with this exhibition he has recreated five of his laboratory experiments. These scientific experiments not only determine the organization of the exhibition; rather they have become decisive for the curators’ selection of art works.
The exhibition is the first of three wunderkammer projects dedicated to the investigation of how art may be reconnected with the realm of everyday experiences, and with life in general. For this innovative idea, Esbjerg Art Museum in 2017 received The Bikuben Foundation’s Vision Exhibition Award.
Participating artists: A Kassen, Artnode, Per Morten Abrahamsen, William Anastasi, Jean Arp, Thomas Bang, Ejler Bille, Vilhelm Bjerke-Petersen, Tone Bjordam, Maj-Britt Boa, Bosch & Fjord, Mikkel Carl, Claus Carstensen, Søren Dahlgaard, Jesper Dalgaard, Christian Dotremont, Olafur Eliasson, Rose-Lynn Fisher, Wilhelm Freddie, Ib Geertsen, Nils Erik Gjerdevik, Nikos Gyftakis, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Henry Heerup, Jeppe Hein, Jörg Herold, Louise Hindsgavl, Johannes Holbek, Astrid Kruse Jensen, Asger Jorn, Eske Kath, Ferdinand Ahm Krag, Carl Krull, Thorbjørn Lausten, Christian Lemmerz, Roy Lichtenstein, Ann Lislegaard, Jens Lund, Paul McDevitt, Anton Melbye, Richard Mortensen, Sirous Namazi, Palle Nielsen, Erik Ortvad, Fabrizio Plessi, Nikolaj Recke, Tobias Rehberger, Alexis Rockman, Troels Sandegård, Nina Saunders, Peter Nansen Scherfig, Lotte Rose Kjær Skau, Christian Skeel, Bosco Sodi, Rainer Splitt, Thomas Struth, Margrete Sørensen, Keith Tyson, Kirstine Vaaben, Margit Vasby, Victor Vasarely, James Welling, Svend Wiig Hansen, Mogens Zieler, Peter Zimmermann, Troels Aagaard and Gunnar Aagaard Andersen