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Henrik Håkansson

In his work Henrik Håkansson addresses (natural) cycles, which are the symbolic subjects of his work, and are embedded within it on a physical level. These fragments of nature, which the artist transfers into a cultural context, result in almost surreal spatial ensembles and situations – in his work, culture and nature are simultaneously understood as reference, result and essence. Håkansson’s provocative sequences function as a subtle dialogue between man, nature and space: Plants, …

One Hundred And One Pieces Of A Tree (Norwegian Wood)
reflected self (howea forsteriana)
THE BEETLE
Earthchrome (N: 48 00' 19
Earthchrome (N: 48 00' 19
A Tree (Suspended)
A Tree (Suspended)
A Tree (Suspended)
A Tree (Suspended)
Sphegina sibirica, June 2009 #1
Indefinite Swarms series #1 (Sphegina sibirica) June, 2009. (#01-#09), 2009
Indefinite Swarms series #2 (Culicidae spp.) September 16-28, 2011
2011-09-26 18.30-19.30 Fehrberlin-Müritz, Waren
SEP. 18, 2011
Aug.11, 2012 The Symptoms of the Universe Studies. (6 min 29 sec)
Fragmented Realities
Fragmented Realities
Aug. 11, 2012, ed. 1/3
Aug.11, 2012 The Symptoms of the Universe Studies. (6 min 29 sec)
Aug.11, 2012 The Symptoms of the Universe Studies. (6 min 29 sec)
Untitled (MAY. 9, 2010 / 17.11.26), detail
Untitled Swarm (Sturnus vulgaris) #3
Electricity, August 2010
Monarch - The Eternal
THE END
JULY 12, 2010 (12.18.55)
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