THE RED SPACE

Red is the colour of Battle. It represents the space of our actions driven by our desires, ambitions, and will. When we enter Red, must choose our battles consciously as they can be either constructive or destructive. Our energy is limited and we must choose how to use it.

 

the red Calligraphic manuscript

2013, Red - Ode to Battle   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Red - Ode to Battle,  2013, Calligraphic Manuscript, 294 pages handwritten in Copenhagen and Berlin, lined white paper, red leather cover. 17 x 12.5 x 1.8 cm.

2013, Red - Ode to Battle

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Red - Ode to Battle, 2013, Calligraphic Manuscript, 294 pages handwritten in Copenhagen and Berlin, lined white paper, red leather cover. 17 x 12.5 x 1.8 cm.


the red Book

The Red Book - Ode to Battle is Helene Lundbye Petersens fourth book. It explores the force within our lives that fuels our actions, ambitions, or passions, which unfolds through the story of A Goddess of War. The book begins with her being confronted with the concept of meaninglessness for the first time, which trickeres her tumultuous journey through our actions, which makes it possible for her to see and realise the difference between constructive battle and destructive war. 

 
image.png

The Red Book - Ode to Battle, 2016

Helene Lundbye Petersen, The Red Book – Ode to Battle, 2016, Book, edited and proofread by Eileen Daly, published by WhitePageProject, printed by Lightning Source, UK, US. 300 Pages, 12.7 x 20.32 cm. ISBN 9788799557943.


the red Paintings

2016, Battle No.1   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Battle No.1,  2016, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 97 cm.

2016, Battle No.1

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Battle No.1, 2016, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 97 cm.

2016, Battle No.2   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Battle No.2,  2016, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 97 cm

2016, Battle No.2

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Battle No.2, 2016, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 97 cm


the red works on paper


the Red installations


the red photographic works