Borrowed View Australia 2012 - Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The work consists of one sculptural form, displayed on the Tamarama coast by the Tasman Sea. A moment’s installation on the cliff that the sculpture sits on. The installation refers to the Japanese expression „borrowed landscape“. A technique where vistas extend beyond a structure, into the distance. The windowed wall offers one “borrowed view“ the constantly changing sky and ocean plus the colourful cliffs of Tamarama. The sounds of nature complete the installation.
medium: mdf, scenery, sound (the ocean, wind, living creatures)
Listamannaspjall in SÍM Reykjavík - Saturday, June 23, 2012
"talk" Gudrun invites the public to SÍM Hafnarstræti 16, at 17.00 on the 26th of June the last day of her exhibitio
Artist of the month solo exhibition in SÍM Reykjavík - Sunday, June 10, 2012
Á sýningunni eru ljósmyndir og módel af verkum sem flest hafa verið sett upp á erlendri grund á árunum 1992 til 2012. Einnig sýnir Guðrún hluta af nýju verki sem kemur beint af sýningu alþjóðlegra skúlptúrlistamanna í Svíþjóð. Það er skúlptúr, vídeo og h-ljóðverk, “Borrowed View 231” sem tilheyrir Japönsku tehúsa seríunni frá 2005
Gudrun exhibits a model and a selection of photographs of sculptures that have been installed overseas between 1992 and 2012. In addition Gudrun exhibits a part of a new work that has just arived back from an exhibition of international sculptors in Edsvik Konsthall, Sweden. This is “Borrowed View 231” a part of the Japanese Teahouse series 2005-. It is a mixture of sculpture, watercolours, video and sound........