LASSE KROG MØLLER (b. 1972, Aarhus, Denmark)
Lives and works in Aarhus.
The works of Danish artist Lasse Krog Møller resort to the notion of archive to build a body of work on memory and the preservation of everyday life, as well as on the hierarchization and guiding principles of collections. Krog Møller archives ephemera, humble or apparently unimportant objects, that he documents and catalogues obsessive and systematically to create collections that question, from a poetic and mysterious perspective, what is, or should be preserved for the future history of our time.
A graduate of Jyske Art Academy (1996-2001), his solo exhibitions include: Ephemera Mundi – The Overlooked World, Kunsthal Aarhus, Aarhus (2018); Puzzle, Die raum, Berlim (2016); Vedr. Ålborg -en ekskursion, kunsten Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg (2014); Laminat – en bibliotekshistorie, Åby Bibliotek Aarhus (2014), and Orders of the Day, OK Corral, K.benhavn, 2014. Recent group exhibitions include: Voices from Europe, Parallel Intersection Lisbon (2017); Atlas UCC [-Mnemosyne you see see], Udsmykningsopgave udført for Statens Kunstfond, UCC Campus Carlsberg (2016), and DISTRIBUTION: L’hombre invicible – imod officialismen, Piscine (2015).