10.000 YEARS AFTER THE APPLE
Book (116 pages)
Photographs (312 pieces)
With 10,000 years after the apple, Jeppe Lange opens our eyes to the absurdities that fill our world but that we take for granted because we have always been immersed in society's norms.
Through prints and clips from everything from mining to dog training, Jeppe Lange confronts the viewer with our relationship with nature and how we continue to try to frame its beauty, extract its resources, and tame its wildness.
The main work of the exhibition is a film of the same title, consisting of ultra-short clips from documentaries and private recordings from the internet combined without a regular narrative in a dreamlike logic that opens up a shared memory.
music & sound design
Den Obelske Familiefond
Århus Kommune Kulturudviklingspulje