Photographer: Alice Hjorth

Mia-Nelle Drøschler left an indelible mark as a guest artist at the Danish artist association Corner. Her unique artistic vision transformed one of the rooms at Sophienholm into an immersive and captivating total painting experience. With unwavering dedication and a dynamic pace, she embarked on an extraordinary endeavor, covering the room’s walls with her expressive brushwork, seamlessly integrating the final artwork into the very architecture of the space.

In a striking juxtaposition, Mia-Nelle placed a traditional painting on the opposite wall, representing the timeless themes of paradise and the devil. This deliberate choice revealed her ability to bridge the gap between classic and contemporary, offering viewers a thought-provoking dialogue between tradition and innovation.

Mia-Nelle’s penchant for working directly within the exhibition venue is emblematic of her artistic philosophy. Her approach creates not only a visual spectacle but also a profound sensory and narrative experience. It’s as if the artwork transcends the canvas to become an integral part of the surroundings, almost like a scenographic masterpiece, leaving visitors with a profound and enriching encounter that goes beyond the conventional boundaries of art.

Mia-Nelle Drøschler’s work at Sophienholm stands as a testament to her ability to seamlessly weave art into the very fabric of our environment, transforming spaces into immersive canvases for the senses and the imagination.

Installation view 2016