No. 001
Wishing Pen, 2006
Peter Callesen
limited edition of 2500
Wishing Pen
Wish upon a star and your dreams may come true. Watch the elusive shooting star travelling on its endless journey through the vastness of a frozen universe. Then why not turn the universe upside down and watch it return. Use the pen to express your wishes in writing and allow the star to turn your dreams into reality...
Peter Callesen
Callesen's interest in memory and childhood has led him to re-interpret classical fairy tales in an adult context. He often works with paper, on a variety of scales, unfolding mesmerizing narratives. In the performance 'Infinity and I' a paper star lifted into the sky by helium, and floated upwards as if set to float forever on to infinity.
No. 002
Ophelia, 2006
Mat Collishaw
limited edition of 2500
Ophelia
An oneiric version of the drowning of Ophelia from Shakespeare's Hamlet. Relive her poignant last moments as she floats amongst the clinging water weeds. Her movement suggest the possibility of escape, but the endlessly repeating action reminds us that she is trapped forever in her watery coffin, always on the brink of death.

Mat Collishaw
Collishaw is the author of disturbing images. From his mastery in mixing modern technology, Victorian photographic equipment, and antique frames there emerges a world of unsettling visions, of orchids festering from syphilitic blisters, mechanised zebras recalling mythic encounters, and bored fairy children hanging out among gutter garbage.


No. 003
The Big Flower, 2006
Kathrine Ærtebjerg
limited edition of 2500
The Big Flower
A mercurial landscape is dominated by a luscious, fleshy, pink flower which appears to be sweet and edible. At the same time, its lurid colouring and voluptuous form could indicate its poisonous and treacherous nature. The movement of the silhouetted figures towards and away from the flower underlines the contradictory nature of this simultaneous attraction and repulsion.
Kathrine Ærtebjerg
Fantastical landscapes dominated by oversized animals, morphed nonhuman silhouettes and unrecognisable flowers and foliage dominate Ærtebjerg's paintings which deny a definite narrative. And though formally complex and deftly painted they seem to represent a childlike mentality to organising life and comprehending reality, whilst offering a capricious retreat from the everyday into the strange and unsettling.

No. 004
Accelerator, 2006
Paint Over
limited edition of 2500
Accelerator
CAUTION: THIS IS NOT A PEN, THIS IS THE WORLD’S SMALLEST PARTICLE ACCELERATOR. An affordable particle accelerator for your home that fits in the pocket without burning a hole in it. Gravitational and electromagnetic waves are generated within the tiny machine. Brain waves guaranteed to be affected. Quarks and leptons supplied.
Paint Over
The artist-group PAINT OVER (Ivan Andersen, Lars Christensen, Jonas Hvid Søndergaard, and Troels Aagaard) use animation and large scale installations to explore the limits of painting. Employing digital processes to combine their individual works, they transform the solidity of paint into fluctuating images.