21 original works by Thomas Ballouhey (NL) Søren Betak (DK) Manuel Canu (IT) Ying Chang (CH) Ida Elke (DK) Laura Faurschou (DK) Troels Flensted (DK) & Ragna Mouritzen (DK) Aske Foersom (DK) & Jesper Su Rosenmeier (DK) Vinni Hedegaard Frederiksen (DK) Cara Judd (ZAF) & Davide Gramatica (IT) Kasper Kjeldgaard (DK) Jeppe Lillegaard Nielsson (DK) & Anna Oxholm Iversen (DK) Julien Manaira (FR) Stine Mikkelsen (DK) James Albert Martin (IR), Eibhlin Ni Chathasaigh (IR) & Anne Dorthe Vester (DK) Gareth Proskourine‑Barnett (UK) Pettersen & Hein (DK) Márk Redele (NL) Mette Schelde (DK) Collin Townsend Velkoff (US) Örnduvald (IS/DK)
REFORM18 will take place at ↬ Munkeruphus and this is not coincidental. In 1958 the Danish hybrid artist, Gunnar Aagaard Andersen, bought the house along with his wife. He worked and lived at Munkeruphus until his death in 1982.
Gunnar Aagard Andersen exceeded all categories and limitations. He experimented throughout his life with both visual arts, architecture, graphic design, furniture design and textile production. His experimental approach was crucial in his creative process. Gunnar Aagaard Andersen's international breakthrough came in 1967, when his remarkable chair made of polyurethane became a part of the collection at MoMA – Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Kindly supported by DANISH ARTS FOUNDATION and in collaboration with Sight Unseen, Källemo & Munkeruphus