On May 14th we, Art at Sjaelsmark, completed the social art project ‘CERAMIC RELIEFS/ IMPRINTS IN CLAY’ (2020-22). In the morning we had a workshop as part of our current social art project ‘Plates for Rights/Ceramics for Tea and Dialogue’. And afterwards we celebrated that the series of 13 ceramic reliefs are now on permanent display on the walls of Avnstrup.
CERAMIC RELIEFS/ IMPRINTS IN CLAY is a social art project at the asylum ‘Departure centers’ Sjælsmark and Avnstrup. Residents at Sjælsmark and Avnstrup participated in collective clay workshops and created a series of unique ceramic reliefs. The reliefs were exhibited at Hørsholm Library as a temporary decoration, and they now form a permanent decoration on the wall of Avnstrup. The ceramic reliefs are made by more than 50 participants, not all of whom have listed their names.Participants include:
SAHEL, AYA, MIRON, ILYA, FALHADO, FAWAAZ, SIRWAN, AMIN, HOWAIDA, TAMARA, NEGIN, ERMIA, LILIT, HIMAYAK,NAREK, PAYMANE, RUQAYAHE, SAVANNEH, ATHENA, LIA, BARAN, YEMEN, DINO, NAVID, SHAHLA, DORSA, MASHHA, HAMAD, ALI, SHARMARKE, MOHAMMED, SAMINA, KEBE, BUBA, NIRJA, NIKHILAN, YAMEN, ALI, ATENA,SETAYESH, HIWAR, SAINAB and KARINA
CERAMIC RELIEFS/ IMPRINTS IN CLAY is supported by Augustinus Fonden, BUPL Solidaritets-og Kulturfond, 15. Juni Fonden and Cerama.
The project is organised by Art at Sjælsmark with artists Tine Hecht-Pedersen, Hanne Ravn Hermansen, Tine Jakobsen and Karen Land Hansen, working together with the Red Cross. Gitte Ladegaard, Tina Kallehave and Marie Flarup Kristensen have since then joined the group. Thanks also to staff at Sjælsmark and Avnstrup, Maya Höjer, Albert Ostenfeld, Mette Ussing, Sovay Berriman and Red Barnet Ungdom.@tine.jakobsen @hanne_ravn_hermansen @tine.hechtpedersen