1979 · Denmark
Breaking down the barriers and expectations of various media, Danish artist Gudrun Hasle incorporates myriad materials – from embroidery to video – in her work.
Driving these eccentric engagements are often experiences taken from Hasle’s own life. She uses these moments and memories to source her work’s inspiration because they become equally a vehicle for communication and catharsis. Investigating her world from the perspective of being both a woman and dyslexic, Hasle invites her audience to experience this vantage in each dynamic piece she creates.
Born in Denmark in 1979, Hasle graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Funen Art Academy in 2008. Since then, Hasle has been an active exhibitor of his work. Recent showcases include “24 SPACES – A Cacophony” at Malmö Konsthall, Sweden (2013); “minutes, hours, days weeks” at Galleri Tom Christoffersen (2015); and “How can i scrim” at Horsens Art Museum (2016). Hasle’s work is also part of the permanent collection of major institutions, including the Horsens Art Museum and The National Gallery of Denmark.
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