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 Saracenor

Tove Storch

Kristian Sverdrup

Koki Tanaka

Henrik Vibskov

Ulrik Weck

Jordan Wolfson


Circus Figures 2009
Cloth, paint
5 costumes. Sizes for people with min. 1,70 m length
An illustrious circus troupe has mixed with the crowd: a weightlifter in a one-piece bathing suit with red and white stripes, a Pierrot with a propped-up frill collar and a circus director in tails as well as a portly animal tamer and an acrobat in a blue dress that emphasizes her figure. Their proportions are exaggerated, with their faces reduced to big fat noses and pouting mouths attached to a mask with wire mesh hiding the actors who breathe life into these costumes.
This five circus costumes recall characters from the classic commedia dell’ arte, Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet, Kazimir Malevich’s sets for the opera Victory over the Sun and thus belong to a long tradition of the interaction between art, fashion and theatre that can also be related to the circus.


As a fashion designer Henrik Vibskov has produced fourteen collections since he graduated from Central St. Martin’s in 2001, and he is currently the only Scandinavian designer on the official show schedule of the Paris Men’s Fashion Week, which he has been since January 2003.
Since the beginning of his career Henrik has frequently been invited to participate in festivals, contests and talks such as Swiss Textile Awards 2003 (finals), Hyères Festival 2004, Expo 2005 Japan and Noovo Festival 2007 in Santiago de Compostella.
Between designing new collections biannually and creating the universes surrounding them, Henrik keeps himself occupied touring the world as the drummer for electronic musician Trentemøller, and exhibiting at art museums and galleries around the world. Henrik has made exhibitions at PS1 – MoMA, Palais de Tokyo, Akira Ikeda Gallery / Nagoya, Sotheby Gallery New York, ICA and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in collaboration with Elmgreen & Dragset.  


Circus Figures