MIA-NELLE DRØSCHLER | UNDER THE SURFACE
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I was commissioned to create a 80 meter long painting by Metro DK for their wall during construction work on a lake in Copenhagen. The wall painting was on display for two years.
In big letters I wrote: Under The Surface The Sky Is Always Blue, referring to the direct reflection of the sky in the lake. Further, it was a poetic gesture to paint giant dragonflies underlining the tranformation many people may experience when walking around the lakes, as it is a popular place to go and talk to friends and hang out.

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INSTALLATION VIEWS, PAINTINGS, WALLPAINTINGS
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