Bank & Rau

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Concrete Experts, proudly presenting the first bricks..

 

the very first ones

 

Bricks are being sorted

 

 

ACROBATS Concrete wall piece

Bricks are painted with silicate glaze

 

 

Concrete Bricks, working gloves

 

BUILDING BRUTAL VITALITY

Hilde de Bruijn and Eric Wie getting into the feeling of Brutal Vitality...

 

Tanja in conversation with Else Alfelt and her friends

 

"Stain 1-9" waiting to be installed

 

Building a wall

 

 

There are many fish in the ocean, many men to love..

Old saying, used also by Asgar Jorn,- in this case altered by us

 

When Life penetrated Art, clay paint

 

200 m2 at Cobra Museum

First naughty strokes

 

Cobra Museum Amstelveen

 

 

 

Tumbleweed

 

Wool Coat soon to become "Tumbleweed"

Working at The Factory of Art and Design

 

 

Ear imprint

 

Tanja taking a bite

 

 

Working on "Stains 1-12", making imprints of bicycle tires, matches, cigarettes, 1950´s telephone, typewriter, pens, bricks, shirts, socks, ears, mouths..

 

Asgar Jorns bicycle lend to us by Gallery Tom Christoffersen

 

Dip dyed burlap on wooden boards from Bank & Raus installation Organism,- ready to be reused as organic grid in Brutal Vitality

 

Large cachepot of bricks and concrete for Meet your Creator-sculpture

 

Tangible seats

 

1. Tangible Seat with concrete rubble cookies

 

Working on 1. out of 3 concrete, pebble, brick, sitting sculptures, Tangible Seats

 

Rune stone sculpture, tres fragile,- yet to be fired

 

Quick drying rune stone sculpture

 

Rune stone sculpture made using sausage technique

 

Rune stone sculptures in Weber barbeque

 

 

Tanja, Heine Klausen, helpful designer and Mask Face

 

Mask Face coming alive

 

Mask face mold with bricks

 

Boot dance around drying stomp sculpture

 

stomp stomp stomp with walking boots

 

Stoneware lump,- getting ready to stomp

 

Bank & Rau making first moves at The Danish Art Workshops

Stoneware stomp sculpture for BRUTAL VITALITY at Cobra Museum, Amstelveen

 

 

Making Fringes

On the Fringe of Civilization by Bank & Rau at Den Frie, Copenhagen

paint in and on ceramics and rug

 

piles of second hand clothes and braided rug

A.K. Laura and Emilie inhabiting the first bit of the rug

braiding braiding braiding

Braiding workshop at Kunsthøjskolen i Holbæk

 

rugbraiding braids at Achielles Stage at Kunsthøjskolen in Holbæk

Out of necessity...

On the Fringe of Civilization workshop at Kunsthøjskolen in Holbæk

hands, clay, bread and wine

 

 

cigar , turning over the rug

duct tape on the backside

 

wokshop for kids

painting with the brush

 

girl making  a brush

boy sewing

painting the figure

mixing coulours

clay cutlery, cups and plates dipt in paint

 

Supergroup

 

creation

 

supervision

 

give and take

 

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