Artist and illustrator Andrea Wan is currently living and working in Berlin, but was born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver BC, and studied illustration in Denmark. She’s been a part of ArtRebels network for a long time and it will be her first time participating at our festival.
Wan’s work brings together an eclectic mix of imagery ranging from spooky ghosts riding enchanted horses to squirt gun wielding women. These curious depictions are all part of Wan’s fantastical folklore inspired world and have given her much notoriety around the world.
We look forward to seeing her work as part of our ‘Live Art’ exhibition and in collaboration with Bene Rohlmann in large painted mural. You’ll be able so see her paint during the festival and follow the progression of her painted mural.
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Halfdan Pisket made it through the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in just two years, starting there when he was only 17 years old. In the beginning he worked fast painting with acrylic on canvas or spray-paint on walls.
Amanda Olesen (Herman) & Heidi Maribut will transform a trailer with their colorful collages and make it into a Storm P inspired music making trailer, where the audience makes the music.
The creative group Obscura has made light installations and video scenography for Trailerpark on several occasions, and will now be joining us for the second year in a row.
Rune Bosse is a half Danish, half German artist. He travels between Copenhagen and Berlin, living and working in both places, while studying at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Spanish artist Pablo Serret de Ena, is coming to let us join his little party. Juventud Infinita (Endless Youth) is an installation that celebrates the impulses of youth made out of industrial fans and confetti.
We are proud to announce that the Danish/Italian artist Anika Lori’s seductively playful and often uncanny universe, will be experienced this year at Trailerpark Festival.
Born in 1976, Maryland USA, Richard Colman currently lives and works in San Francisco. He has exhibited extensively in Europe and America, including his third solo exhibition with V1 Gallery here in Copenhagen.
Hyland Mather, aka X-O (American, b. 1971) is a found-object or as he likes to say, “lost objects” - assemblage artist. He attended Colorado State University and received a B.A. in Philosophy with a focus on Aesthetics.
Amanda Marie (born 1981) is an American painter who has been based in Colorado since 2001 and exhibits all over the world, currently in New York while she'll be at Trailerpark this summer.
Max is a Dutch illustrator based in Hamburg. She studied at ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Zwolle and the Art Academy Escola Massana in Barcelona. Dutch culture as well as the Spanish culture play a big influence in her illustrations.
Bene studied illustration in his hometown Münster before moving to Berlin in 2010. His detailed work is filled with comic book style drawings, and often times collaging in pages from old encyclopedias and books.
Danish artist Clara Selina Bach is currently studying illustration, narratives, and graphic design at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design. Her main focus is illustration but she switches between that and abstract motifs.
Anders “SCRMN” Meisner is a Danish artist, currently living and working in his hometown of Copenhagen after residing throughout the last decade in various European countries.
Artist and illustrator Andrea Wan is currently living and working in Berlin, but was born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver BC, and studied illustration in Denmark.
British artist Daniel van der Noon lives in Denmark, hopping between Aarhus and Copenhagen. His meticulously detailed cityscapes and intriguing pictorial narratives have adorned Trailerpark Festivals walls once before in 2013.
Johan Bichel Lindegaard and Bo Thorning will be playing with light and reflections in the open space to instigate social interaction. They are building a small installation with a light shining on a mirror projecting the light onto the surroundings moving people’s attention arround the space and on to each other. It is a small experiment using minimal means to get people to notice, connect and play with each other.
Mymo is a multi-disciplinary artist working everything from the street to canvas, painting to collage, and animation to installations. She currently lives and works between Berlin and Cape Town and is known by her street name MYMO.
Sicilia Gadborg & Maja Kall are melting the trailer and the performance art experience together. In extension of the interactive theme where getting the audience activated is priority.
Saša Ostoja is a self taught illustrator and artist from Amsterdam. In recent years his pen drawings of "animal characters with human characteristics" have been featured on everything from skateboards to magazine covers.
Simon Fensholm is an artist, painter and illustrator, studying at the Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts, School of Design. He is working and living in Copenhagen, trying to create his own way of telling stories.
Kasper Bauer gets his inspiration from the visual impressions from everyday life. He seeks to challenge his own human and trivial approach to these terms, by boiling them down until only the essence is left, a black/white universe of sentient lines.
Jakob Kvist is one of Denmark's younger light artists, who with a site-specific approach works primarily with the lights analogue opportunities through the use of light filters, light fixtures and lamps.
A little hill of stairs will be inhabited with a village, where the context transforms the units, one by one, and start to create new spaces in-between. A diffuse light will guide you. At night the lights will let you have a glimps of the inhabitants. Just like the city will attract your eyes to have a peak of what is behind the walls.
Oliver Sundqvist is a half Swedish, half Danish artist studying Furniture Design at the Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts. Sundqvist will build a social bench area where people can come a little closer to each other and try to destroy the akwardness that can appear sharing a bench with a complete stranger.