Untitled (Antiprint) 1-6

 

Found un-inked steel pressed on paper

76x56cm

 

Formation #2 (2014)

 

220 Balanced steel-plates

45x35cm (individual size, actual size will vary)

 

Untitled1-3 (2014)

 

Tar-paper, spirit and screws on varnished wood with steel frame

115x115cm (individual dimensions)

 

 

Spill1-4 (2014)

 

Rusted metal on wood with steel frames

100x60cm (individual dimensions)

 

Sort Sol (2014)

 

Steel roads and tar felt

60x50cm

 

Parentheses (2014)

 

Chains with ink, acid, bleach and spirit on MDF with PVA and acrylic paint

100x60cm (individual dimensions)

 

Swirl (2014)

 

Acid, dry pigments, oil, bolts, silk and varnish on burned steel.

125x85cm (individual dimensions, actual size may vary)

 

 

Formation #1 (2014)

 

Balanced steel-plates

45x35cm (individual size, actual size will vary)

Sunrise1-4 (2014)

 

Magnets, copper dust, steel dust, oil paint, acid

and salt water on steel

60x75cm (Individual dimensions)

 

Shipwreck1-3 (2014)

 

Steel-powder on sanded and grinded steel.

15x20cm (Individual dimensions)

SUN (2014)

 

Saltwater and copper-powder on steel

25x25cm (individual dimensions)

 

By applying saltwater and copper-powder to purified steel

surfaces an oxidation process has been initiated, which

continuously will alter the surface and vibrance of the

colour-scheme.

Untitled1-3 (2014)

 

Steel-powder, oil paint and brass-powder on roofing felt

100x120cm (Individual dimensions)

Daylight1-2 (2014)

 

Oxidated led-powder, paint and white spirit on roofing felt

70x100cm (Individual dimensions)

Calligraphy Bodies1-9 (2013)

 

Watered-down ink on rice paper

25x35cm (Individual dimensions)

 

A series of 9 silk screen prints made with

watered-down ink that causes the thin rice paper

to dissolve.

 

 

STILL (2013)

 

Steel dust, glue and salt water on framed mirror

45x60cm (individual dimensions)

 

Text written with salt water on steel-dust, causing the surface to rust and eventually spread and completely decay.

 

 

 

 

G R I N D E R (2013)

 

Sanding-paper, silk-screen medium, copper dust, bleach and acid on iron-oxided steel

45x100cm (individual dimensions)

 

Faces drawn with copper dust and treated with acid and bleach, causing constant alteration and decay of form.

 

Untitled(TENSION#1) (2013)

 

Steel and bolts

80x90cm (Individual dimensions)

 

 

 

 

Untitled(TENSION#2) (2013)

 

Wood, steel, bolts, industrial paint, steel-dust and pigment

70x100cm

 

Untitled(HOME) (2013)

 

Industrial paint, tar, bleach and roofing paper

70x55cm (individual dimensions)

 

Untitled(LOVE) (2013)

 

Mirror, silk-screen medium, steel-dust and salt water

90x60cm

 

Statement written with salt water on a steel coated mirror, causing the message

slowly to oxidize and decay over a period of time, leaving the spectator

only with his own reflected image.

 

 

 

Untitled(LANGUAGE) (2013)

 

Burned and sharpened steel and ink

70x45cm

Untitled(LIMIT)1-2 (2013)

 

Tar, gravel, industrial paint, ink, misc. steel and wood

125x75cm (Individual dimensions)

Untitled(PENETRATION)1-4 (2013)

 

Torn plastic mounting board, sharpened steel and wire

50x70cm (Individual dimensions)

 

Untitled(BRUTALITY)1-4 (2013)

 

Sanded, burned and welded steel

20x25cm

 

 

Untitled1-5 (2013)

 

Mirror, glass, silk-screen medium, steel-dust, copper-dust, salt, water and ink

30x30cm

 

A series of 5 'metal paintings' on mirrors,

all differently treated with multiple layers of metal-dust and ink,

allowing for a continuous oxidation and alteration of the surface.

 

Untitled (2013)

 

Ink, steel, paper and acid

16x24cm (Individual dimensions)

 

A series of 9 silk-screen prints attached to metal grids,

dissolved for various durations in chemical baths.

 

Untitled1-6

 

Ink on steel

25x25cm (Individual dimensions)

 

A series of 6 multiple layered silk-screen prints on steel - each layer separately distorted by hand.

The metal will decay through time, slowly eating its way through the surfaces that binds the ink,

ultimately leading to a complete dissolve of the individual faces.

 

Kristian Kragelund Art Artist Kunst Kunstner Painting Sculpture Denmark