An encounter with the metaphysical heart

Period: 15.6.24 – 22.9.24 http://www.silkeborgbad.dk The grass is greener where I water my heartVisual artist Linda Riber invites the audience into the field between the tangible and the intangible human heart. She sets up dialogue, interaction and reflection based on her personal experiences and approaches to the theme. Over a long period of time, she…

Open Heart

Open Heart Open Heart explores matters, which seem important, concerning, and not always recognizable – the relation to our own heart and the heart of others. The art pieces are 6 pillars, which invite to stimulate both the body, the senses, and the intellect in an aesthetic manner, in order to realize the capacities and…

After the Heart transplant some strange things happend to me

After the Heart transplant some strange things happend to me This sentence come from Thomas who have experienced huge personality changes after he got hearttransplanted. Did you know that heart transplant recipients can experience changes in personality? Research has proven that heart transplant recipients can experience memories, behaviours, preferences and habits that can be transferred…

Is your heart your oldest friend?

Is your heart your oldest friend?   To follow the path of the heart We all know countless proverbs and sayings about the heart. For example “The heart has its reasons, the mind does not understand”. “The road that does not start in the heart ends blind”. “Only with the heart we truly see”. “Follow…

Greenland – The world, is as we think it

“Greenland- The World is, as we think it” is a fund-supported art project about “Greenlandicness and challenges” consisting of an art and reflectionbook and art portraits. The project involves 20 people who recognize themselves as Greenland natives. They are portrayed in the book as well as in the exhibition. The project focuses on identity and self-awareness – and the project investigates and illuminates “Where is Greenlandicness going?”
Throughout 8 years, the exhibition has been shown in Greenland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Germany, and Denmark.