Shabu Shabu - The Spine · with Anders Brinch

Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden


Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden


Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden


Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden


Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden


Anders Brinch. Lollipops, 2018. Branches, plaster, paint, 240x100x100


Silas Inoue. Infrastructure, 2018, respiratory system in bronze, clear acrylic, water, mold, mixed wood, palm leaves, and concrete, 35x35x75 cm.


Anders Brinch. Untitled, 2018. Mixed media, 60x40x40 cm


Silas Inoue. Untitled, mold on wood hermetically sealed by acrylic glass, 55 x 75 x 6 cm. 2017


Silas Inoue. Future Friture - Turritopsis Dohrnii, 2018, sugar, silicon and cooking oil in acrylic aquarium on concrete plinth, 60x60x60 cm.


Silas Inoue. Untitled, 2018, respiratory system in bronze, clear acrylic, water, mold, wood, silicon and concrete, 40x18x18 cm.


Silas Inoue. Untitled, 2018, respiratory system in bronze.


Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden


Anders Brinch. Purple antenna, 2018. Concrete, glass, found objects, 120x160 cm


Silas Inoue. Fossil Face, 2017/2018 wooden boxes with soil and granite, 45x35x20 cm


Shabu Shabu – The Spine, 2018, installation view, Svanekegaarden



Shabu Shabu - The Spine

Shabu Shabu is an on going collaboration between Anders Brinch and Silas Inoue. The concept of Shabu Shabu is a stirring one – a hot pot for different ideas and experiments, in changing locations and constellations.

The spine, in humans and animals constitutes the largest part of the central nervous system, and seemingly links consciousness and action.

In Shabu Shabu - The Spine, a backbone-like construction extends all the way down through the exhibition space, and serves as carrier of sculptural and pictorial works, which in the same allegory are physical extensions of different thoughts and ideas.



The exhibition is supported by: The Danish Arts Foundation ·
Bornholms Regionskommune Kunst- og Kulturhistorisk Råd ·
Sparekassen Bornholms Fond