Frac Centre

Atelier Calder

Open Space






Kristoffer Akselbo



Kenneth A. Balfelt

Nina Beier

Emilie Bergrem

Kaspar Bonnén

Cirque d`Enba de Lyon

Cocktail Designers

Søren Engsted

Fanfare les Talku` Freaks

Thilo Frank

Max Frey

Jeppe Hein

Institut d`Arts Visuels d`Orléans

BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

Henrik Plenge Jakobsen

Finn Janning

Jacob Dahl Jürgensen

Annette Kelm

John Kørner

Jason Kraus

Claus Larsen

Let me show you the world

Mads Lindberg

Florian Neufeldt

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen

Michael Sailstorfer

Tomas Saraceno

Tove Storch

Kristian Sverdrup

Koki Tanaka

Henrik Vibskov

Ulrik Weck

Jordan Wolfson


Untitled (floating surface #2) 2008
Metal and silksatin
22 x150 x 200 cm
The contrast between the light, silkily shimmering gold fabric and the hard, nail-like supports on which the cloth is placed lends this sculpture a bipolarity between a static object and a fluid motion. The pointed supports leave traces on the surface of the cloth, but without damaging it. The wave-like structure of the regular bulges reinforces the impression of the fabric’s lightness and truly makes it seem to float. The actual demarcation of planar materiality seems to have been eliminated, since the connection of ground and coating results in a volume and three-dimensionality that can only be experienced visually.
Alternating between reality and imagination, Tove Storch’s installations often seem illusionistic, calling our perception into question. In the context of the circus, the floating structure and the contrasting connection between the pointed nails and delicate material can be interpreted as reminiscent of classical illusionists such as fakirs.


* 1981 in Denmark
2000- 2007 The Royal Danish Art Academy, Akademie der Bildende Künste, Wien, Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee
Lives and works in Vienna and Copenhagen

Selected exhibitions

Panorama da arte Brasileira, MAM, Sao Paulo, Brasil
Sleepwalking, Temporary Gallery Cologne
Refhink - the implicit, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen

U-Turn Quadrennial, U-Turn Quadrennial
KBH Kunsthal, Krabbesholm Denmark (solo)
Enter, Kunsthallen Brandts, Denmark
Overgaden - Institute for contemporary art, Copenhagen (solo)
Reduced Constructin, Karma International, Zürich

Kirkhoff, Copenhagen (solo)
Q, Copenhagen (solo)
detours/details, with Ursula Nistrup, Bell Street Project Space, Vienna

Société des nations..., Circuit, Lausanne, Switzerland
Add x to n, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark


Untitled (floating surface #2)