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Series. Material; Copper wire Unique pieces, hanging sculptures.

The title Eir, the Norwegian word for corrugation, is pointing to one og the characteristics of copper, that I want to emphasize in this project. The dark, burnt wire from dynamos and motors is used together with the shiny, unburnt wire from electric cables.

Eir also has a link to Norse Mythology, as it is the name of one of the goddesses. At the same time the shapes of the Eir objects remind a lot about the lanterns in a Buddhist Temple, as well as the pendant lights in a Christian Church.



135 x 180 cm Sculpture. Tabs from tins, wire made from tins.

Sometimes time-consuming work is satisfying. Ice was patiently put together
from 10 000 tabs from tins and wire from 200 tins.

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