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EDUCATION


2003-2004      Professionel developement for artists

     Kensington and Chelsea College of Art


1995-1998      BA(hons) silversmithing and metalwork fine art

     Camberwell college of art

     University of The Arts London


COMMISSIONS


2014      Painting for the set-design for the play:`God of Carnage´

     That Theatre Company, Krudttønden


2013     `SolarisMontium´and `Kastagnet´

                Kastanjehaven carecentre

      Frederiksberg


2011     `LuxLapis´

     Gladsaxe Gymnasium


EXHIBITIONS


Competitions


2011     Vestsjællands Kunstforening and Roskilde Åben

2009     Spring exhibition Kunsthallen Charlottenborg

2006     Shortlisted for Celeste Art Prize


Solo Shows


2019     Krudttønden

2017     Postboxen

2016   `Wallscapes´The Cobra-room at Sophienholm

2014   `Buenos Aires Blocks´Thorasminde

2013   `Transformations´Fuglsanghus Hørsholm

2013     Selected works Palæfløjen Roskilde

2012   `Cityscapes´The Cobra-room at Sophienholm

2008   `Colouscapes´Chelsea College

2004     Selected works Østerbrohuset

2002     Selected works The London Media Centre

1999   `Sensevocative´ painting and music in dialogue

    a collaboration with musician Ida Bach Jensen


Selected group shows


2019     'Skåret, Foldet, Flettet ' Danish paperart, collaboration with:                                 sonobelight and vickyzoe

2018 .   'YARDSY' at Gallopperiet, with Sara Trier, Birgitte Søvsø og Frederic                     Dilé

2017 -  

2019     Open Loft Skabelonloftet Refshaleøen

2014     The Affordable Artsfair Battersea

2013     Galleri Himmerland

2010     The gallery Farum Kulturhus

2010     Galore Valby Kulturhus

2009     The Summer exhibition Copenhart Gallery

2008     Charlottenborg unfiltered Prøvehallen

2007     Shoplifters Variety Club The Conway Hall

2007     Charlotenborg unfiltered Prøvehallen

2004     Shoplifters Variety Club Lauderdale House

2004     The Art Basement

2003     Hortensia gallery

2003     Shoplifters Variety Club Lauderdale House

2001     Paperleaf Artsfair

2000     Peterborough Arthouse

1999     The gallery Clapham North Arts Centre

1998     The Business design Centre


Selected art assosiations


2019     Lundbeck

2018     Red Cross, Lederne

2017     EKJ

2014     Torm, Dansac, Naturstyrelsen

2013     Hvidovre Townhall, Hempel, PFA, Miljøstyrelsen

2012     Nycomed. Carlsberg, Bech&Bruun, Rockwool

2011     Bygge og Miljøteknik, Dansk Magister Forening, G4S

2010     Uni-C, Tetra Pak, Rigshospitalet, Velux, Fiolstræde 44

2009     Lundbeck, HK, Siemens

2008     Rigshospitalet, Kromann&Reumert, Alfa Laval

2007     Dansk Standard

2006     Copenhagen Business School

2005     Ældresagen, Intergrationsministeriet

2004     Kunstcirklen Lyngby Rådhus


OTHER


2013     Artist in residence Monte Estudios Buenos Aires Argentina

2011     Featured in the book `101 Kunstnere´



Sara Mathilde Øster


Skabelonloftet

Rum 14

Refshalevej 167f

1432 København K

+45 25469512

Sara Mathilde Øster (1973) is a graduate from University of The Arts London and has had numerous exhibitions in both Denmark and The United Kingdom. Was in 2009 selected for the reputable Spring exhibition at Charlottenborg Kunsthal in Denmark and in the same year for the summer exhibition at Copenhart Gallery. She has since been invited to do solo shows at Thorasminde Kulturhus, Fuglsanghus and Cobra-rummet, Sophienholm. She has executed two sitespecific commissions ”SolarisMontium” for 'Kastanjehaven'  carecenter and “Luxlapis” for the High school, Gladsaxe Gymnasium, and is featured in the book: “101 Kunstnere” (101 Artists).

In United Kingdom she has had solo shows at The London Media Centre, Clapham North Arts Centre and Chelsea College of Art. She has initiated several exhibitions with the group ‘Shoplifters Variety Club’ shown at The Conway Hall and Lauderdale House.


‘Through my practise I examine light, colour, textures, patterns and structures. I am preoccupied with the way our eyes work, the way we see, the physical effect that light and colour has on us, as well as the feelings a piece of work can evoke.