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I feel like I’m changing from one day to another

Ex-girlfriend, Explorer, Facilitator

I feel like I'm changing fron one day to another

I feel like I'm changing fron one day to another

I feel 1

I feel 1

I feel 2

I feel 2

I feel 3

I feel 3

I feel 4

I feel 4

I feel 5

I feel 5

I feel 6

I feel 6

I feel 7

I feel 7

Accessories

Accessories

I feel 8

I feel 8

I feel 9

I feel 9

I feel 10

I feel 10

I feel 11

I feel 11

I feel 12

I feel 12

I feel 13

I feel 13

Silje Eroy Sollien

Silje Eroy Sollien

Mayte Espinosa

Mayte Espinosa

Ilana Faust

Ilana Faust

Jodi Gordon

Jodi Gordon

Roman Gysel

Roman Gysel

Henning Harms

Henning Harms

Jaimie Henthorn

Jaimie Henthorn

Anne Højlund Pedersen, Susanne Mathiassen

Anne Højlund Pedersen, Susanne Mathiassen

Dörte Ickert

Dörte Ickert

Yuko Kimura

Yuko Kimura

Juan Lopez

Juan Lopez

Julia Martin

Julia Martin

Tokumasa Maktsubuchi

Tokumasa Maktsubuchi

Jonathan Meyer

Jonathan Meyer

Jonathan Meyer

Jonathan Meyer

Jonathan Meyer

Jonathan Meyer

Lola Meyer

Lola Meyer

Melanie Perkins

Melanie Perkins

Helma Preez

Helma Preez

Ingeburg Preez

Ingeburg Preez

Jörg Preez

Jörg Preez

Klaus Preez

Klaus Preez

Said Rahmani

Said Rahmani

Bernd Rickenberg

Bernd Rickenberg

Bernd Rommel

Bernd Rommel

Zeha Schröder

Zeha Schröder

Elizabeth Schuler

Elizabeth Schuler

Corey Strange

Corey Strange

Chinami Takahashi

Chinami Takahashi

Maria Taylor

Maria Taylor

Tim

Tim

Regine Thomas

Regine Thomas

Susanne Widner

Susanne Widner

Ross Young

Ross Young


In June 2005 I cut off my shoulder-length hair, leaving only a few millimeters. This was an outward expression of the inner changes I was going through. I then wanted to share those positive changes and encourage others to reflect upon themselves. I used my hair as a sign of my changes and integrated it into articles of clothing, accessories and jewellery. These items were lent to family members, friends and people I encountered during everyday life. These artworks are also a vehicle for removing what I do from the gallery space. I wanted to spread my art to various places in the world, the participants turning into my gallery, reaching a different audience.
This book is a documentation of all of the ‘hairpieces’ worn by myself and the responses of the project’s 40 participants. It is published in German, English and Danish, as I use these languages to communicate with the people in my life.


You can buy the book here.