Armsrock is an urban-artist and activist who, for the last several years, has been working with the human condition in the urban environment. He has been working with the medium of drawing in various ways to explore and comment on the city and the society that’s housed within it. He has been trying to question the role of art and artist in society by making art that is ephemeral, for free and for everybody. By creating hundreds of unique drawings of his fellow citizens, and placing these original pieces on the walls of the city, in an attempt to generate a critical understanding of the stories and fates that houses around and in all of us, he hopes to send a signal or raise a question about the details and mechanisms of our society.
Armsrock has taken part in a number of high profile events in the past year. His project ‘Bispeengbuen’ was part of LYSLYD in Copenhagen, Denmark where his subjects were etched with a needle onto black pani photo slides and projected across the city for the month of February with the support of the Municipality of Frederiksberg. This past February also saw his installation based show ‘Zettelkasten’ open in Copenhagen, which was based upon drawings of the residents of Sankt Hans Gade, where the artist was born and raised. Other recent high profile events include his ‘Discontinuities (Fragmentation)’ installation at the Hochschule Fur Kunst University Of The Arts in Bremen, Germany, his participation in the recent GLOW 09 – International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture in Eindhoven, Germany and his massive site-specific installation at the Museum Of Cycladic Art in Rome, Greece this past fall. His work has shown the world over and his message is just beginning to be spread.
“Armsrock is a leading voice in a new generation of artists. Born in 1984, the Dane is one of a select group under 30 successfully working back and forth with ephemeral media on the street and with archival materials within formal settings at an internationally recognized level” – The Art Street Journal
Current and Previous Works by Armsrock
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