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Art Tower 8 - Hanne Biben Mortensen - The wolf is coming

In Art Tower No. 8 Hanne Biben Mortensen adresses a topical issue in Denmark, should wolves be allowed to return to the wild?

 

Art Tower No. 8:

  • Artist: Hanne Biben Mortensen
  • Artwork: "The wolf is coming"
  • Created: 2021

The Wolf is Coming

Much of my childhood was spent in and around nature and forests, where you could creep close to roe deer, see an owl and find animal tracks. The debate on whether or not to allow wolves to return to the Danish countryside has inspired this large inkpen drawing. In its creation, 6 layers of marker pen were used, this helps to give the work a real sense of depth. The black markerpen can also create many different nuances and it makes a marked contrast to the real world outside the tower.” – Hanne Biben Mortensen 

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Hanne Biben Mortensen

Hanne Biben Mortensen was born in Vejle in 1952, she is trained in graphic design and is a self taught painter. For many years she worked as an Art Director and taught drawing and painting at an art school. For more than 10 years she has made her home in Rudkøbing, where she also has her studio. She has been represented in amny curated exhibitions, inincluding the Artist's Autumn Exhibition and the Artist's Easter Exhibition.

Langeland's Art Towers - a unique way of experiencing art

Denmark's longest art exhibition can be experienced by visiting 12 former electrical transformer towers on Langeland. The art towers give visitors an artistic experience in the heart of the Langeland countryside.
From North to South and East to West, you can explore the cultural landscape and enjoy art in rural peace and quiet.

The towers are open all year round. A tour around them all will always offer a new experience, influenced by both the season and weather. 

You can read more about the  12 art towers at https://www.govisitlangeland.com/langeland/discover/art-towers



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