Thomas Dausell works primarily with black and white on canvas and paper.
Dausell's work is driven by change and transformation. He creates a space which is constantly moving. He captures the relation between construction and demolition in repeatedly interaction. He works spontaneously, catches the unforeseen in a process which is constantly changing. Space are being created and at the same moment destroyed. Recognizable elements are put together in an abstract landscape, in a way so that you sense that they are broken – but not unrecognizable.
The works enter a subtle, sophisticated way, where they still has a function. In his pictures you experience an alternate between expanse and room, which in a picture-technically way can guide or deflect the spectator: If you search for the illusion in the well-known you will constantly be reminded, that it is just an abstract painting. In his work Thomas Dausell makes contrasts meet in an aesthetically process: Simplicity opposite chaos, darkness opposite light, destruction opposite beauty.
Kunsthal Nord, 1023 FRA DOBBELT A, 2017
The Royal Danish Theatre, 2015
OK18 2014, 2015
Galleri Henneberghus 2013
Art Herning 2011
Galleri Progress 2010
Rum 46 1994, 1995
Idioterne 1 & 2 1997, 1998
Charlottenborgs forårsudstilling, 1996
Påskeudstillingen 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001
Det Jyske Kunstakademi 1993-1994, 1998-2001(afgang)
Det Kgl. Danske Kunstakademi 1994-1996
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