How do we become who we are? How are our memories formed? How, for example, do we distinguish being in love from a religious experience? Can thoughts and emotions be distinguished? In Kaspar Bonnén’s exhibition The Room Can Never Be Closed, various emotions and experiences are assigned separate rooms.
Kaspar Bonnén Kaspar Bonnén (born 1968) is one of the most significant young artists in Denmark. While he was still at the Academy, he established Kørner’s Office together with his fellow artists John Kørner, Kirstine Roepstorff and Tal R. They organized untraditional shows, and Bonnén developed his artistic style in several genres, ranging from painting to sculpture, land art, computer art, video, installations and writing. Kaspar Bonnén’s works often take as their point of departure the physical and social space of human beings
source: Museum at Kunsthallen Brandts - The Room Can Never Be Closed