SENKO studio

SENKO studio

SENKO studio - exhibitions programme:

Fine Line

FINE LINE brings together the largest collection of contemporary art ever to be shown in Denmark, with artist selected from across Canada and some currently living abroad. Comprised of video, mixed media works and installation. FINE LINE will be exhibited concurrently at Pakhuset, care of the Kunsthallen Brænderigård and Senko Studio as well as public works that will tower above the town of Viborg and allow art revelers to tour the exhibition sites on unique bicycle sculptures.

Each piece in FINE LINE represents a balance between two or more states, collectively inviting the viewer to contemplate the fine line that defines profound change; such as the distinction between myth and reality, the sacred and the profane, debris and sublime, life and death.

Dónt miss this unique opportunity to see contemporary Canadian artworks installed throughout a picturesque Gothic town, on now until October 28, 2007. For more information about FINE LINE, to receive images or schedule interviews please contact curator Mia Nielsen at

The organizers of FINE LINE would like to thank all who made this exhibition possible, including Karen Lintrup, Merete Hellerøe and all the staff at kunsthallen Brænderigård for their gracious assistance. Sergei Sviatchenko of Senko Studio for his exacting vision and tireless determination. Susanne Pedersen of the Canadian Embassy in Denmark for opening the exhibition and sponsoring the production of the exhibition catalogue.


Design by: james greenhow
Flash by: robert haff

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