Porcelain Sea
Marie Anine Møller
Marie Anine Møller was born in Odense, Denmark in 1980 and has lived in Copenhagen, Denmark since 2001. She took her Ba (Hons) from Glasgow School of Art – Fine Art Photography and now works with both sculpture and photography. Her work deals with contradictions within materials and social political concerns investigating and questioning fixed states and definitions of value. She received her MFA in Sculpture from Pratt Institute
in 2021. She has previously exhibited at, among others, Steuben Gallery Brooklyn, New York, Compass Gallery, Glasgow and CGK Gallery, Copenhagen.
Dansk Champagne
By Marie Anine Møller
Berg #3
By Marie Anine Møller
Tripod #1
By Marie Anine Møller
overview
By Marie Anine Møller
Berg #2
By Marie Anine Møller
Pop
By Marie Anine Møller
Blue ribbons
By Marie Anine Møller
Van_gogh #2
By Marie Anine Møller
install
By Marie Anine Møller
shroom
By Marie Anine Møller
elleven
By Marie Anine Møller
Chhurch
By Marie Anine Møller
egg
By Marie Anine Møller
Blitz#2
By Marie Anine Møller
Berg #1
By Marie Anine Møller
horses into fish
By Marie Anine Møller
bouquet
By Marie Anine Møller
blitz
By Marie Anine Møller
tripod #2
By Marie Anine Møller
Mushroom Soup
By Marie Anine Møller
Artist Statement
I investigate the function and value of objects in general. I'm interested in objects, their individual value and how we attribute a narrative to them. The symbolic value attributed to objects resonates through my choices of photographic and sculptural subject matter. I work with poles of contradiction and the idea that one pole doesn't exist without the other. It exists only when the opposite defines it. In order to discuss how our contemporary society fails to appreciate the environment or understand cultural differences my work dissects the complexity of value both individual, cultural and commercial. Questioning who dictates this value by breaking the boundaries of fixed states and placing fragments of narratives in a new context creates yet another possibility of truth.