The White space

White is colour of Beginnings. It represents the space of the blank white page. We enter it when we enter the unknown, like a thick fog, we must tread carefully to find our way forward as its uncertainties can be frightening. Beginnings are fragile. It requires an immense amount of trust and patience to overcome the doubts and criticisms that such changes inevitably bring, but if we choose to face them, we will find infinite potential. The White Space is a call to embrace all this and enter unknown with courage.


THE white Calligraphic manuscript

2011, White - On The Beginning, Calligraphic Maniscript written in New York (28.10. - 16.11.2011). Blank white paper, white plastic cover. 18.5 x 12 x 1 cm., 180 pages.


the white Book

 
 
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2012, The White Book - On the Beginning. 

Helene Lundbye Petersen, The White Book2012, Book, English, 120 pages. Published by WhitePageProject, printed by Lightning Source, UK, US. 12.7 x 20.32 cm.First Edition.

ISBN 978-879-95579-0-5

 

2013, Den Hvide Bog

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Den Hvide Bog, 2013, Book, Danish, 120 pages. Published by WhitePageProject, printed by Lightning Source, UK, US. 5 x 8 inches / 12.7 x 20.32 cm. First Edition.

ISBN 13: 978-879-95579-1-2


the White Paintings

 
2015, Beginning No.1   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Beginning No.1,  2015, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 150 cm

2015, Beginning No.1

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Beginning No.1, 2015, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 150 cm

2015, Beginning No.2   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Beginning No.2,  2015, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 150 cm.

2015, Beginning No.2

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Beginning No.2, 2015, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 150 cm.

2015, Beginning No.3   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Beginning No.3,  2015, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 150 cm.

2015, Beginning No.3

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Beginning No.3, 2015, Painting, Oil on Canvas, 130 x 150 cm.

 

the White works on paper


 
 

the White sculptures

 
2014, Why must we always think of time as numbers?   Helene Lundbye Petersen,  Why must we always think of time as numbers?,  2014, Sculpture, Edition 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, Why must we always think of time as numbers?

Helene Lundbye Petersen, Why must we always think of time as numbers?, 2014, Sculpture, Edition 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

Helene Lundbye Petersen, At all times, food has been found to be eaten, 2014, Sculpture, Porcelain, paper, handwritten words from The White Book. Dimensions variable

 

the White installations


the White photographic works


The White Book interventions