Status er PULS, view


Status er PULS, view


Status er PULS


Status er PULS, view


Spiral Vein 2018 32x47x20 cm copper and silicone


Adrenaline, hormone Cell 2018 53x95x95 cm

plywood, silicone, brass and copper


Adrenaline, hormone Cell close up


Cortisol, hormone Cell 2018 37x60x57 cm plywood and silicone


Cell 2018 27x27x27 cm polystyrene and lambskin


Vein 2018 95x38x13 cm copper and silicone


Objects/Condition 2018 (left) 194x60x6 cm 

leather, Thai silk and wood

(right) 160x64x4 cm 

leather, nylon and wood


PULS The little Circuit 2018 217x110x21 cm ciffon and iron

PULS The big Circuit 2018 -all the fragments around the wall- 

print on folie

Status is PULS



Status is PULS is a site-specific exhibition taking its point of departure in the pulse, i.e. our heart rhythm.

When the heart contracts, it pumps blood into the blood vessels. Each pump is called a heartbeat and a heartbeat equals pulse.

High pulse rate

Normal pulse rate

Resting pulse rate

There are two circulations in the body, a big and a small one. Via the big circulation the heart pumps fresh oxygeneous blood out into the body, whilst the small circulation, the pulmonary circulation, pumps oxygen poor blood to the lungs.

The blood is an inner conveyor belt, life-giving floating tissue or a primordial soup, which keeps the body going and is passed on from mother to child, the cycle of fertility – to be bound by blood.

The exhibition is a visualisation of the blood circulation and some of the hormone cells, which, via the blood are pumped around the body and dramatically affects the condition of the body.

They are called battle hormones – adrenalin and cortisol. They are synthesised by cells of the adrenal gland and are shipped out into the circulatory system, where they assist the sympathetic nervous system in preparing the body for battle.

Status is PULS is an installation, which envelops the viewer in a circuit, the exhibition points at high pulse, stress, as being a bodily condition, but also as a general condition in society.

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