The relationship between the human being and the universe has always been strange and mysterious. Time, light, and space have undergone all sorts of studies, but it remains interesting to ask how our perception and experience of light affects our memories. Conversely, how our memory affects the experience of what we see.
The exhibition Cosmic Riddles by the Danish artist Jakob Jensen focuses on how human beings are constantly trying to solve the riddles of the universe in an artistic, scientific as well as philosophical way.
Francesco Sannino from CP3-Origins has authored a text for the exhibition, bringing out the way in which engagement with the universe is like dealing with a completely different world.
Jakob Jensen studied at the Muthesisus Kunsthochschule in Kiel, Germany. Currently, he is based in Berlin, while spending much time on his farm on Zealand. Besides solo exhibitions, Jakob Jensen has participated in group shows at home and abroad.