In his drawings Ferdinand Ahm Krag makes us aware of the impulses we sense and feel but which we do not necessarily see or grasp with the naked eye: the rhythm of breathing, the rhythm of music, cloud formations, energy flows and streams of con-sciousness.
Ferdinand Ahm Krag receives the ARKEN Travel Grant for his ability to visualize fundamental – but not particularly tangible – aspects of human existence and the physical reality around us.
Hans Hamid Rasmussen investigates the connections between memory, specific places and a multicultural identity. He creates large embroideries and exploits charac¬teristic features of this classic craft to depict the nature of memory and its importance to our identity.
Hans Hamid Rasmussen receives the ARKEN Travel Grant for his constant artistic endeavour to visualize the transitory character of memory and for giving new meaning to embroidery - a globally practiced craft.
ANNIE & OTTO JOHS. DETLEFS’ PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATION