The Story of the Blind

“The story of The Blind (from the springs near Vejlby), the return of the wolf and Thor’s goat in wolf’s clothing” is the name of SLA founder Stig L. Anderssons’ contribution to The North Coast Art Triennale 2016. Under the title “Unknown Landscape” Stig contributes with an essay that ties together local occurrences, myths and weather with specific places and objects found in the North Zealand landscape and cultural institutions in the area. The exhibition shows and creates new relations between culturally created objects and findings, nature objects and feelings, chemical elements and myths.

 Read the entire essay “The story of The Blind (from the springs near Vejlby), the return of the wolf and Thor’s goat in wolf’s clothing” here.

 

Service Exhibition
Location Munkeruphus
Type Bidrag til Nordkystens Kunst Triennale 2016
Periode 2016

“The aesthetic sense of nature is the beauty
of nature that is sensed in the order of nature,
such as the wind, the light in the clouds
and the sound of insects. It is like seeing without sight.”


Excerpt from the essay "The story of The Blind
(from the springs near Vejlby),
the return of the wolf and Thor’s goat in wolf’s clothing"