What do you see?
With his impressive paintings, Jeppe Lauge is able to draw the viewer into his very own world.
The Danish artist is concerned with the dualism of seeing.
Do we all see the same thing in a picture or do we all see things differently? Which view is the right one?
Maybe we are constructing seeing with the deeper levels of consciousness. Or what we see changes through time, emotions and knowledge. Who knows?
You might find some of the answers in Jeppe Lauge’s second solo show in our gallery.
“We as humans sees things differently among each other and even within ourself. One person finds a solution for a way forward. This becomes a problem for another, who then finds another solution for his way forward, which then creates a problem for the first one… This human behavior is what makes us create amazing things, but also what lead us into war.
In the exhibition | AS ONE SEES | I focus on the landscape and how we see and interpret it, I investigate the “solutions” that have been made. Forests today are not wild places, but cultivated land, and still most of us know the joy of a walk in these nature areas that surrounds us.
There’s a dualism between the romanticism and the cultivated reality, a difference in how we feel a space and acknowledge it mentally.” Jeppe Lauge, 2021