FAA Project Room invites you to the opening of the "Cruz & Virg Show".
Line Larsen is a Norwegian multi-artist based in Cph. Her works vary from public interventions, drawings, photos, videos, sculptures, text pieces to real life projects. She is currently working on starting a spiritual cult in Amager and a new series of multifunctional art pieces, The Helping Bird being the first: a moving sculpture, a dust buster, a snack server and always the life of the party. For a period of time Larsen worked under the name Virg, after she made a tree in the forest rotate, it was referred to as a ballerina and she wanted her gender to be unmentioned. In her spare time she takes care of stray cats, shoots her fathers guns and has ambitions to become an actor, a scooter’s backup dancer or marry Yung Lean.
Allan Cruz is a visual artist currently studying at Det Fynske Kunstakademi in Denmark. Cruz was born in Costa Rica in 1985, and moved to Spain in 2006. For 11 years he lived in a number of different cities, such as Bilbao, Barcelona, Bordeaux, Malmö, Göthenburg, Berlin and Copenhagen. Occasionally commenting on dystopian and controversial subjects, his art practice explores different social constructions and rigid notions of reality, morals, perception, society, politics and norms. Cruz implements a broad range of media, from installation to performance but mostly focusing on video as a platform for his artwork.
FAA PROJECT ROOM
Brandts Torv 1, 4. sal, 5000 Odense.
From March 11 – March 20, 2017.
Opening: Saturday, 11th of March, 17:00.
Free stick and poke tattoos and cheap drinks at the opening.
Free entry. Supported by: Tropical Art Foundation (TAF).
More info via Facebook.