Henrik Håkansson (b. 1968) has worked with questions relating to our natural environment in large multi-
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Throughout his long career, Håkansson has worked with trees, plants, earth and insects—thereby blurring the dividing line between the exhibition space and nature. By allowing nature to play the leading role, juxtaposing the viewer and nature, Håkansson’s work creates unexpected and disquieting results.
Håkansson makes use of methods that often resemble the systematic nature observations used in scientific disciplines, such as dissection and close-
About the artist
Håkansson has a long international career extending back to the mid-
Exhibition November 15, 2019 -
Installation view of Henrik Håkansson. One Hundred and One Pieces of a Tree (Norwegian Wood). Photo: Dag Fosse/KODE.