Art by Numbers was an exhibition which was based on the game Bingo, bingo boards and on the whole numbers and their logical or illogical meanings. Nine members from KH7artspace had invited 90 artists to relate to a specific number between 1 and 90 for this exhibition and event. Each artist participated with two works.
My contributions were two oil paintings; ‘Colour Board 14A‘ and ‘Colour Board 14B‘.
Dick Nyhuus, Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen, Xenia Xamanek Lopez, Louise Gaarmann, Sophia Ioannou Gjerding, Else Ploug Isaksen, Tanja Nellemann Kruse, Kirsten Johannesen, Nicole Cecilie Bitsch Pedersen, Annette Olesen, Anders Langelund Clausen, Katja Bjørn, Ole Hansen, Nour Fog, Nalini Printz, Jesper Rasmussen, Lyngsø-Light, Dace Eglite, Trine Rytter Andersen, Bodil Sohn, Kim Grønborg, Helle Kingbird Bjerregaard, Freja Niemann Lundrup, Gitte Broeng, Sophus Ejler Jepsen, Pernille Andersen, Mette Østgaard Henriksen, Firoozeh Bazrafkan, Olga Benedicte, Frederik Rønde Sørensen, Christine Urfe Bendt, Barbara Katzin, Inger Lise Rasmussen, Mark Tholander, Clara Denmark, Elle-Mie Ejdrup, Birgitte Munk, Iben West, Mette Braüner Madsen, Henning Schultz, Birgitte Kristensen, Marianne Pedersen, Tine Adler Jørgensen, Birgit Bjerre, Laura Hjort, Sanne Grauengaard, Mads Engell, Noelia Mora Solvez, Jette Gejl Kristensen, Hanne Munk, Mikkel Elming, Astrid Gjesing, Steffen Tast, Emil Brahe, Cilla Leitao, Sanne Lund Jensen, Line Sandvad Mengers, Marie Markman, Joaquin Zaragoza, Scott Cooper, Keller/Arlund, Lise Schou, Villiam Miklos Andersen, Holger Højbjerg, Johan de Reybekill, Jens-Rune Gissel, Kamilla Jørgensen, Lene Desmentik, Ditte Lyngkær Pedersen, Iben Mosbæk, Ulrike Dossmann, Bo Mølgaard, Sanne Ransby, Marianne Jørgensen, Morten Riis, Karina Præstegaard, Golshid Rokhzan, Alex Mørch, John Demix, Inge-Lise Ravn, Lise Haurum, Michael Bredtved, Katrine Hvid, Jonas Palm, Luise Faurholt, Claus Ejner, Mette Skriver, Jan Skovgaard and Maya Stefania Wibling.
Art by Numbers was supported by:
Danish Arts Foundation and Aarhus Kommune
Artist Ole C Hansen
Born 1964. Has since the second half of the 1980s worked with painting, drawing, prints and photography. Always, he has been concerned on the iconic expression, what characterizes this, and what makes this different from, for example, the literary, musical or dramatic expression.
At the beginning an anti-aesthetic orientation was dominating – bad taste, kitsch and outright ugliness contained briefly the greatest beauty.
Later on the question of taste was neutralized and replaced by a curiosity for the aesthetic as a source of knowledge. A variety of issues have over the years been studied and various artistic positions has been tested with an including attitude.
Ole C Hansen has graduated from Jutland Academy of Fine Arts, Aarhus, 1995.
Lives and works in Aarhus (DK).
Ole C Hansen | +45 2696 5880 | firstname.lastname@example.org