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Nette Tripsen

'The Swan in Convulsions'

'The Swan Broken'

'Sky in chaos 1 + 2'




Nette Tripsen who lives on the outskirts of Copenhagen says that she has “heard the voice of epilepsy from up close”. Originally right-handed she had to change to left following neurosurgery. A self-taught artist, she has had exhibitions and provided illustrations for journals, books etc. She uses the world of colours to interpret the shadows of life (like being unwelcome because of epilepsy).


Event Date: 
Thursday 5 February 2015 - 19:01

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