and a little flower
Exhibitions about architecture are often much less interesting than architecture in itself. Because architecture is about relations, movement and spatial encounters. It rarely translates well in to the world of often flat and two-dimensional representation.
When I was creating the exhibition about the new H.C. Andersen’s House in The Danish Culture Centre, Beijing, China, I wanted to create an experience of the effects of the architecture and Andersenian universe. I created a series of surprise encounters that showed the unusual in the usual – looking for poetry in the often overlooked.