The scrap wood building at Lousiana.

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art north of Copenhagen is organizing the exhibition LIVING, Frontiers of Architecture, an exhibition focussing on the cross relation between art and architecture. The main question for the exhibition is: How does the good life look today?

Arne Quintze asking the questions about how we live today.

Arne Quinze was invited to participate in this exhibition and he has built the My Home My House My Stilthouse installation alongside three Safe Garden paintings. These paintings make a connection with his sculpture and the work in overall is an examination on how people claim their premises, houses and gardens and see it as something private and ‘mine’. The living area is fenced and boundaries are clearly set.

The garden of Lousiana with the exhibition Living, Frontiers of Architecture.

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