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Hanne Matthiesen
  • Female
  • Aarhus
  • Denmark

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Mixed media artist

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Heaven & Earth
Mixed media artist, teacher and writer educated at Aarhus´ Academy of Fine Arts and Aarhus College of Education.

Dealing in free art projects, as well as commissioned works. Teach courses, seminars and workshops on artists´ books, journalling, collages, recycling, textile redesign and related subjects.
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Nordic Artists' Books in Silkeborg, Denmark

Posted on March 28, 2013 at 4:45 0 Comments

 hem : HJEM : koti : heim : heima : angerlarsimaffik [home]

CON-TEXT = 33 nordic artists with a shared passion for artists' books. 

The group has worked and exhibited together before. This time they focus on "HOME" - investigating the physical…


CON-TEXT a NordicProject on Artists´ Books

Posted on April 26, 2009 at 1:30 2 Comments

Artists´ books seem to be a well established and defined art genre especially in the English-speaking part of the world - but that´s not quite the situation in Denmark and the Nordic countries. However, something is beginning to happen...

To be part of that evolution some artists have established CON-TEXT a new weblog meant to function as a common forum and meeting place for Nordic graphic artists, mixed media artists, writers, philosophers, poets, paper makers, illustrators,… Continue

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At 7:54 on March 9, 2011, Kestutis Vasiliunas said…

Hello Hanne, how are you? I am back from China - from wonderful country. Now I work for the next 6th International Artist's Book Triennial Vilnius 2012.



At 5:38 on June 3, 2010, Klaus von Mirbach said…
Dear Hanne, since 2 mounth I read the ABYB and I always stop at page 154. There is a photo of a book, and in, on the cover is a compass, it is japanese stab binding, thats what I see and I was so often trying to envisage, what happens when I open the book? I read your wonderful text and today in the yearbook and today I wanted to ask you, perhaps she is in artistbooks and I send her a mail, and now I find same pictures in the slideshow above. Thank you this is a wonderful book.
Best wishes

At 21:46 on February 25, 2010, Judy Wilkenfeld said…
Hi Hanne,
Glad you found me here. See you around! xx
At 10:46 on July 30, 2009, julie barratt said…
Hi Hanne,
Looking forward to Tara arriving here in 2 weeks!!! She is coming to judge the Southern Cross University Artist Book Award and staying with me for a week!! Hope all is good with you.
At 3:00 on May 15, 2009, Sarah Bodman said…
Hi Hanne

It was nice to meet you too! Keep in touch, I have all your yearbook stuff now.
Best wishes
At 1:03 on May 15, 2009, Paula MacGregor said…
I have just updated it:
At 10:41 on March 28, 2009, marginalia said…
I really like your pictures Hanne! And the exhibition idea is great! Good job all around. /Marielle
At 18:52 on January 25, 2009, Gunilla Åsberg said…
Blev så glad över att hitta ett forum för oss ab-makare!
At 11:52 on January 25, 2009, julie barratt said…
Hi Hanne,

Happy new year.
Very happy to have my artist book selected for the Triennale in Vilnius,Lithuania.

Wish I could get there for the opening but will be there in spirit, very busy with my gallery and and another job 2 days a week coordinating a local community gallery. julie
At 5:33 on December 6, 2008, Beata Wehr said…
I was happy to see you hear as well. I like you book.

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