All articles by Louise Steiwer

Like the Raven

In Odense Aka Høegh draws expressive lines between Greenlandic mythology and postcolonial identity, and points to the interconnectedness of everything.


Olof Olsson’s info comedy remains well-written, toe-curling, and entertaining, but leaves little room for doubt and vulnerability.

Artistic Legacies

Fostering young talent is a focus area on the Danish art scene, but attention is seldom paid to what happens when artists pass away. Heirloom is a new organisation for neglected archives.

The Legacy of the Balkans

Tijana Mišković believes that art can convey painful experiences of war and displacement, even to those without first-hand knowledge of them. She has arranged an exhibition featuring Danish artists with roots in the former Yugoslavia.

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Insatiable Us

In New Visions, the considered triennial at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, photography and new media are complicit in the exploitation of the planet’s resources.

In the Wait

Tarik Kiswanson’s gravity-defying sculptures imbue the brutalist interior of Bonniers Konsthall with tension – and a non-identitarian politics.