Commissioned Art

Structure - Anne Bech, Aarhus, DK - 2014<br>

Structure - Anne Bech, Aarhus, DK - 2014

Knitted Metal Sculpture on Leafe-Gold Wall

Structure - Anne Bech, Aarhus, DK - 2014<br>

Structure - Anne Bech, Aarhus, DK - 2014

Detail

Loftet (The Ceiling) - Commisioned Art. The Council Chamber in Viborg, DK - 2006<br>

Loftet (The Ceiling) - Commisioned Art. The Council Chamber in Viborg, DK - 2006

400 m2 Round Ceiling Decoration on Sail Cloth. In Cooperation with Architects SHL, Aarhus, DK. Brown Fire Retardant Sail Cloth Decorated with  Stroke Metals, Oilcrayon & Fiber Optic with RGB Technology

Loftet (The Ceiling) - Commisioned Art. The Council Chamber in Viborg, DK - 2006

Loftet (The Ceiling) - Commisioned Art. The Council Chamber in Viborg, DK - 2006

Masked Photo

Loftet (The Ceiling) - Commisioned Art. The Council Chamber in Viborg, DK - 2006

Loftet (The Ceiling) - Commisioned Art. The Council Chamber in Viborg, DK - 2006

Sign - Commision for Danisco A/S, Edwin Rahrsvej, Aarhus, DK - 2004<br>

Sign - Commision for Danisco A/S, Edwin Rahrsvej, Aarhus, DK - 2004

Decoration of Entrance Area. In Collaboration with Architects SHL, Aarhus, DK. Recycled Slate Stones on Silver Leaf Coated MDF

Sign - Commision for Danisco A/S, Edwin Rahrsvej, Aarhus, DK - 2004<br>

Sign - Commision for Danisco A/S, Edwin Rahrsvej, Aarhus, DK - 2004

Detail

Commissioned Art - Vipp A/S, CHP, DK - 2002/2004<br>

Commissioned Art - Vipp A/S, CHP, DK - 2002/2004

4 Textile Pieces & a Moulded Paper Jar with Copper Leaf inner Side

Alfons Aaberg & His Dad - Aarhus Tech, Aarhus, DK - 1997

Alfons Aaberg & His Dad - Aarhus Tech, Aarhus, DK - 1997

Commissioned by the City Council of Aarhus and Chosen in a Pre-qualification Round. The Work Consists of two Panels the Largest on 600 x 80 cm Connects two Levels. Weaving Technique with 16 mm Film Strips from a Children's Film on Warp of Side-radiant Optical Fibers

Alfons Aaberg & His Dad - Aarhus Tech, Aarhus, DK - 1997<br>

Alfons Aaberg & His Dad - Aarhus Tech, Aarhus, DK - 1997

Detail

Commissioned Art - Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark - 1996<br>

Commissioned Art - Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark - 1996

Decorating of Stairway Area on Department Y at Skejby University Hospital - Chosen in a Pre-qualification Round. One Large Woven Piece of 24 m2 and a smaller one with Light placed on a curved wall

Commissioned Art - Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark - 1996 <br>

Commissioned Art - Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark - 1996 

Detail

Flores - Commissioned by Testrup Hoejskole, Maarslet, DK - 1994<br>

Flores - Commissioned by Testrup Hoejskole, Maarslet, DK - 1994

Land Art - Originally Placed on the Large Lawn and Later Moved to the Front of a New Music- & Theatre Hall Designed by Architect SHL, Aarhus, DK

Flores - Commissioned by Testrup Hoejskole, Maarslet, DK - 1994<br>

Flores - Commissioned by Testrup Hoejskole, Maarslet, DK - 1994

Detail

Commissioned Art

Commissioned art

Commissioned art projects are challenging tasks with a wealth of general factors such as economy, transportation, cooperation, etc. The initial investigative work requires care and precision as well as a creative overview to gather the necessary information before the presentation of a fully illuminated artistic project can take place. The starting point is always the specific building and its historical framework and in order to get the full understanding of the work's importance to space and architecture a model is often needed. Studies of physical factors such as climate, durability, cleaning and risk of vandalism is of utmost importance like a fruitful collaboration between client, architect and artist provides an invaluable framework for a good result.
 

Artistic practice

Artistic Practice in commissioned art by Birgit Oestergaard originates from the daily work in the studio and is an ongoing process - almost like working in a laboratory. Inspiration can come from anywhere but I tend to work myself into a material and a theme to the point where I really know what I'm dealing with – in all aspects.
 

Artistic expression

In recent years, Birgit Oestergaard immersed themselves in the development of artistic expression with high-tech lighting equipment such as RGB-controlled LEDs and fiber optics. Creating conceptual sculptures and two-dimensional works in which the colors are mainly derived from the electric light, to express a modernity with the universal consciousness, as objects equipped with lights seem to have several life because of the rhythmic changing daylight and as such the piece appears with an ever-pulsating flow of moments.