KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
KUNST ARKITEKTUR DESIGN LITTERATUR GRAFISK DESIGN
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FOUR BOXES
> OCCIDENTEN
> SKIVE 2016, 2020, 2060
> GITTE LÆGÅRD: SCULPTURAL COLLAGES
> R E FORM
> PETTERSEN & HEIN: VIBRANT MATTER
> PETER BACH NICOLAISEN: DET DER FORSVINDER
> UNG DANSK FOTOGRAFI
> ‘DIE SCHÖNSTEN SCHWEIZER BÜCHER’ / NICOLAS EIGENHEER & VERA KASPAR: ‘3 x 3 = 1296’
> THAM OG VIDEGÅRD ARKITEKTER THE OPERATIVE ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE
> TOMAS DOWNES TO BABBLE ON SICK FRIDAY
> ANNA FRO VODDER: GROWING THINGS
> R E FORM
> TOVES: A THING IN THE WORLD
> POINT AND LINE TO GALLERY
> UNG DANSK FOTOGRAFI
> SPINNING BALL OF DOOM
>DIE SCHÖNSTEN SCHWEITZER BÜCHER
> DISSECT
> JONATHAN VAN DYKE: KRISEN OG EN KRISE I EN SKUESPILLERINDES LIV
> TREDIVE TRÆPLADER
> JAKOB EMDAL: SKØNHED BESTÅR I AT KUNNE SE LANGT
> LARS LUNDEHAVE HANSEN: ETERNAL STORM
> UNG DANSK FOTOGRAFI
> MILJOHN RUPERTO
> FORGOTTEN DESIGN PROBLEMS IN SHOWBIZ
> NY NORDISK ARKITEKTUR
> JACOB DAHL JÜRGENSEN: SECURITIES
> A / L / O: RECESSION AESTHETICS
> MICHAEL STICKROD
> JULIE BORN SCHWARTZ
> JESPER DALGAARD
> KURT FINSTEN: PAINTINGS PAINTINGS
> PETER BACH NICOLAISEN. DUMP
> LLOYD CORPORATION: AN IDEA ONCE BUT NO LONGER FULFILLING
> NEVER EXPRESS YOURSELF MORE CLEARLY THAN YOU ARE ABLE TO THINK
> KEN CONSUMER: 640 IS MORE THAN ENOUGH
> AFKALD
> GUNMAD
> PURNING TOINTS
> SESSION_12_WORDS + UNTITLED
> DAN GRAHAM: WORKS BETWEEN ART AND ARCHITECTURE FROM NEW YORK TO DENMARK
> MATT CONNORS
> MARIE KØLBÆK IVERSEN: THE DY(E)ING LIGHT OR THE CASE OF A SLEEPING BEAUTY
> MICHEL AUDER: DINNER IS SERVED
> VLADIMIR TOMIC: A WORKS
> MARIANNE HURUM, ARE MOKKELBOST: SPLITTET KJERNE
> ÅBNINGSUDSTILLING: COLLECTIVE SPIRITS
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A / L / O
RECESSION AESTHETICS

FOUR BOXES GALLERY
KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
OPEN 23/5-6/6 2013


Humans have shaped the objects we surround us with, of easy accessible materials, since the first tools made of stone.
The first chair-makers used wood of surrounding trees, but today there is an ever expanding field of materials and prefabricated components to choose from.
Recession Aesthetics is A/L/O’s vision of a home furnished with objects made from industrial prefabricated components and materials available in DIY stores.