Stay, create and present in th heart of Tokyo
Residence Period: 2017.07.01-2017.09.22
Above: "Black Square (Residue)". In collaboration with Anu Ramdas.
Portrait: Photo by Anu Ramdas.
With a profound interest in nuclear culture, the uncanny nature of radiation and the notion of geologic time, my research will revolve around the ecological repercussions of the Fukushima Daichii meltdown in 2011. The legacy of atomic exposure, and in particular the findings of different radioactive substances around mainland Japan, is my point of departure.
MFA in Time Based Media, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2009
"Against the Grain", solo exhibition in collaboration w. Anu Ramdas, Fotogalleriet [format], Malmø (SE), 2017
"Golconda", solo exhibition, Black Sesame Space, Beijing (CH), 2016
Recipient of Niels Wessel Bagges Honorary Grant, 2015
Base of activity: Copenhagen, Denmark
An offbeat traveller of sorts, Christian Danielewitz uses his status as an artist to venture into contested territory, bringing back images, objects and substances that become requisites in a carefully composed rebus. Working through a manifold of representations, all interconnected and often loaded with political punch, he exposes the flipside of human activity; explosion, excavation, exclusion, exhaustion and finally extinction. - Text by Max Gerthel