Julie Clifforth to take part in the Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg
A video piece by BA student Julie Clifforth has been selected for participation in the Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg in Copenhagen. The exhibition will run from 24 February to 6 May 2012.
The motivation for Julie Clifforth's piece is her fascination with light and shadows. The documentation is based on the light function of machines, in this case a copy machine and scanner. The video records two types of light sequences: one sequence of a copy machine copying in A3 format and two showing a scanner scanning in A3 format.
Julie Clifforth is in her first year of the BA programme in Fine Art at the Department of Fine Art.
About The Spring Exhibition
The Spring Exhibition is an open submission exhibition that has long been one of the highlights of the annual programme at Charlottenborg. In 2012, the show features 69 participants from around the world, including many from Denmark and Northern Europe, as well as others from countries such as South Africa and the USA.
The exhibited works cover a wide variety of genres associated with art and design, and this year's exhibition includes a notable group of works that explores the body, performance and sexuality. One such work, entitledThe Humping Pact, by Dmitry Paranyushkin (RU) & Diego Agullo (ES) included a special performance featuring naked men, staged on the opening night of the exhibition.