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Wondering and acceptance of daily life is the offspring of Carina Randloev’s works. Carina Randloev’s works consist of banal everyday objects, from industrial disposal or one-way material, which the artist changes in function and meaning. The artist aims to investigate the meaning of the installation: where does the artwork begin, and where does it stop? For the project in Bangladesh, she is continuing the existing electrical system in the space. From the electrical plugs, placed on each of the white walls of the exhibition space, she pulls out cables and constructs her cable system.

Carina Randloev (born1975, Copenhagen). She has been exhibiting at the Gallery Moti Hasson in New York, Helene Nyborg Contemporary-Copenhagen, Galerija Skuc-Ljubljana, Würtemmbergischer Kunstverein-Stuttgart, ASPN Galerie-Leipzig, CAC-Vilnius, Künstlerhaus Bethanien- and Galerie K&S-Berlin. She has received working grants from Danish Arts Council, and joined the residency programs in Santral Istanbul-Istanbul, Künstlerhaus Bethanien-Berlin, and IASPIS-Stockholm. She is represented in Collection Eduardo Leme-Sao Paolo, and works together with Galerija SKUC(Ljubljana) and Helene Nyborg Contemporary (Copenhagen). At the moment she is a student at the Danish Film School (animation director). The project was realized by Suburb at Mekhitar Sebastatsi Art School.

Organized by Eva Khachatryan, Vahram Aghasyan

Supported by the Danish Arts Council

Photos: Karin Grigoryan