Jacob Dahl Jurgenson

Artist Jacob Dahl Jurgensen's works pose as fictive relics, the possible artefacts of a future archaeology unearthing the ethnological debris of today. Influenced by early 20th century Modernism, Jurgensen often quotes from art history: intertwining recognizable forms and ideologies with fragments of popular culture to create ritualistic monuments divining a contemporary spirituality. Recent exhibitions include: A Tragical History, Croy Nielsen, Berlin (2007), Wilkinson Gallery, London (2007), Group Exhibition, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich (2007) Group Exhibition, Foxy Production, New York (2006), Deep into that darkness peering, Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2006), Relations, Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2005)