Installations
       
     
2017, Windows on to Language
       
     
2017, A Window of Balance
       
     
A Window of Balance (detail)
       
     
2017, A Window of Love
       
     
A Window of Love (detail)
       
     
2017, A Window of Battle
       
     
A Window of Battle (detail)
       
     
2017, A Window of Pleasure
       
     
A Window of Pleasure (detail)
       
     
2017, A Window of Wisdom
       
     
A Window of Wisdom (detail)
       
     
2017, White Pages (Danish Parliament)
       
     
2015, White Pages (Freedom Audit, London)
       
     
​​​2014, WHITE Pages, detail (Entretempo Gallery, Berlin))
       
     
2014, Why must we always think of time as numbers?
       
     
2014, At all times, food has been found to be eaten
       
     
2013, Regarding Soil 1/3 (the box)
       
     
2013, Regarding Soil 2/3 (the images)
       
     
2013, Regarding Soil 3/3 (the bottles)
       
     
Installations
       
     
Installations

photo Paul Khera, 2015

2017, Windows on to Language
       
     
2017, Windows on to Language

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Windows on to Language2017, Installation, Biblioteca, Colour-gel for 10 windows each app. 49,5 x 171,5 cm., Palácio da Rocha do Conde de Óbidos, Portugal, Lisbon, dimensions variable. 

2017, A Window of Balance
       
     
2017, A Window of Balance

Helene Lundbye Petersen, A Window of Balance Christiansborg, 2017, Site Specific Installation, Exhibition ‘Et Gult Rum for Balance Christiansborg’ at The Danish Parliament, RS - 38, ’22.05 - 01.08.2017’, 182 x 80 cm-

 

A Window of Balance (detail)
       
     
A Window of Balance (detail)
2017, A Window of Love
       
     
2017, A Window of Love

Helene Lundbye Petersen, A Window of Love, 2017, Site Specific Installation, Exhibition ‘Et Grønt Rum for Kærlighed Christiansborg’, The Danish Parliament, RS - 38, ’08.05 - 19.05.2017’. 182 x 80 cm

 


 

A Window of Love (detail)
       
     
A Window of Love (detail)
2017, A Window of Battle
       
     
2017, A Window of Battle

Helene Lundbye Petersen, A Window of Battle Christiansborg, 2017, Site Specific Installation at the exhibition ‘Et Rødt Rum for Kamp Christiansborg’,The Danish Parliament, RS - 38, ’24.04 - 05.05.2017’, colour gel, 182 x 80 cm.

 

A Window of Battle (detail)
       
     
A Window of Battle (detail)
2017, A Window of Pleasure
       
     
2017, A Window of Pleasure

Helene Lundbye Petersen, A Window of Pleasure, 2017, Site Specific Installation, colour gel, Exhibition ‘Et Orange Rum for Nydelse Christiansborg’ , The Danish Parliament, RS - 38, ’10.04 - 21.04.2017’, 182 x 80 cm, 


 

A Window of Pleasure (detail)
       
     
A Window of Pleasure (detail)
2017, A Window of Wisdom
       
     
2017, A Window of Wisdom

Helene Lundbye Petersen, A Window of Wisdom, 2017, Site Specific Installation, Exhibition ‘Et Blåt Rum for Visdom Christiansborg', The Danish Parliament, RS - 38, 27.03 - 07.04.2017, Colour Gel, 182 x 80 cm
 

A Window of Wisdom (detail)
       
     
A Window of Wisdom (detail)
2017, White Pages (Danish Parliament)
       
     
2017, White Pages (Danish Parliament)

Helene Lundbye Petersen , White Pages, 2017, Site specific installation for the 'Blank Hvid Side Christiansborg' Danish Parkament, Copenhagen, 24.03.17 - 01.06.17, Paper, and pages from The White Book. Dimensions variable

2015, White Pages (Freedom Audit, London)
       
     
2015, White Pages (Freedom Audit, London)

Helene Lundbye Petersen , White Pages, 2015, Site specific installation for the exhibition ‘Freedom Audit’ curated by Kathleen Soriano, ART15, London, Olympia - 20.05.15 - 23.05.15, Paper, and pages from The White Book. Dimensions variable

​​​2014, WHITE Pages, detail (Entretempo Gallery, Berlin))
       
     
​​​2014, WHITE Pages, detail (Entretempo Gallery, Berlin))

Helene Lundbye Petersen, WHITE Pages, 014, Site Specific Installation, Entretempo Kitchen Gallery - 28.11.14 - 03.02.15, The White Book, Paper, Dimensions variable. 

2014, Why must we always think of time as numbers?
       
     
2014, Why must we always think of time as numbers?

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Why must we always think of time as numbers?, 2014, Installation, Series of 10 original works, each handwritten. Tracing paper, white paper, cardboard, ribbon, handwritten words. 3,5 x 22,9 x 32,4 cm

2014, At all times, food has been found to be eaten
       
     
2014, At all times, food has been found to be eaten

Helene Lundbye Petersen, At all times, food has been found to be eaten, 2014, Installation, Porcelain, paper, handwritten words. Dimensions variable

2013, Regarding Soil 1/3 (the box)
       
     
2013, Regarding Soil 1/3 (the box)

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Regarding Soil,  2013, Installation, mixed media; 1 wooden box with a Hebrew inscription on the sides that say ‘Careful Fragile’ and ‘ISRAEL’ written on the bottom; 7 bottles of soil collected from 7 different sites in Israel 2012 - 2013; 6 site specific interviews on the following perspectives on Soil: Geology, Geography, Farming, Landscape Architecture, Archaeology and Language; 7 image collections from 7 sites in Israel. Dimensions Variable.

2013, Regarding Soil 2/3 (the images)
       
     
2013, Regarding Soil 2/3 (the images)
2013, Regarding Soil 3/3 (the bottles)
       
     
2013, Regarding Soil 3/3 (the bottles)