Morten Larsen

Foxie Cutting Birthday Cake / 2003 / 21' 30"

Aarhus, Denmark


Foxie Cutting Birthday Cake

The video is a combination of realtime pictures, web images, animation and amiga software along with its 8 bit sound. It's composed of five scenes telling five different stories, that somehow relate and coment each other.


Morten Larsen

born 1979
lives and works in Aarhus, Denmark

2002- student at "Det Jyske Kunstakademi", Aarhus Denmark





Old Habits Die Hard




rum46 is a non-profit exhibition space for contemporary art. rum46 was started in 1995 by a group of young artists from Jutland Academy of Fine Arts (DK) and Art historians from the University of Aarhus (DK).
Today the space is run by a various group of people within the field of art.
The group is significant because of their extensive interest in redefining and developing art shows and events taking up social and political issues. They arrange and develop ways to explore social and political premises in society through interdisciplinary projects.
These take form via events, seminars, talks, screenings, specific settings and events in public space and more.
The projects presented by rum46 are an _expression for the understanding of art as social dialogue, communication and action.


One of the most significant projects in recent years was Gæstebud - Feast/Hospitality running from Dec. 2002 till Dec. 20003.

The art project Gæstebud - Feast/Hospitality was based in the urban, social and political space. The title  was the overlaying metaphor for the structure of the exhibition project, which was divided into the three phases of the Feast: The invitation, The meal and The digestion/The 'thank you'-card.


October 2004 until August 2005 the group is working with Solidarity UNLIMITED? - Liberty, Equality, Fraternity. This interdisciplinary project is a thematic follow-up on Gæstebud - Feast/Hospitality. With new angels on human relations, a number of international artists, participants and lectures place liberty, equality and fraternity on the agenda in the current social and political everyday life in Denmark.

The participants show new spaces and possibilities of action, alternatives in relation to the society we ourselves are part of, via exchanging and interaction in social, political and cultural fields - with starting point, amongst others, in the aesthetic.


Studsgade 46, st. tv.
8000 Aarhus C

Tel: +45 86208625