Jeg bruger kun blod i min kunst…

Limbo’s åbning i Nepal var helt vild.  

Vi opførte et ritual, hvor jeg blandt andet brugte 10 liter skibslak, 10 liter superwhite højglans vægmaling, en hvidmalet flaske vodka og en flaske terpentin. 2 liter bøffelblod i en mountain dew flaske. En fjerpude, gipsbandage, 2 x 2 meter ugrundet bommuldslærred, spraymaling og lighter. Ren Limboterapi. Jeg var shamanen.

Sophus Ritto i Morten Vammens interview i Euroman

 

Sophus Ritto & Limbo Nepal featured in leading Danish lifestyle Magazine Euroman.

 

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The LimboNepal project took off in February 2015.

LimboNepal was Art@Tings’ 12th art project in Nepal.

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What an opening! Our friends from Artudio was there :-)

Highlights from the LimboNepal yesterday – by Artudio (click pix)

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Hi Thomas,

Thanks a lot and i was there tonight and it was awesome opening

Kailash K Shrestha/Artudio

Have been chatting with Veerangana Solanki – she loves LimboNepal

Two days ago Veerangana Solanki came by LimboNepal.

Vee was headlining Siddharta Art Gallery’s workshop: INTRODUCTION TO CURATING WITH VEERANGANA SOLANKI

To day she left Kathmandu – she was actually at the airport at the same time as us – but in a different part of the airport. So we couldn’t talk face to face. In stead we chatted… via Facebook.

She liked what she saw at our LimboNepal art space in Tangal…

“it was lovely to meet you and also to see the space – I think it’s amazing to develop a dialogue between these two cultures, we did speak with Sophus about his experience here and the interaction with the other artists. It’s a shame I’ll miss the opening on Friday, since I’m leaving for India in a few hours – but I will follow what’s happening on your blog….”