Assisting Victor Ash on painting a silo in Haderslev.
In the small town of Haderslev, an old grain silo, which was an historic leftover from the 1950’s industrial harbour, was transformed into a piece of art. The silo covers 1.537 square metres and 30 metres high surrounded by water, the Streetdome Skatepark and a new school.
Victor Ash, an international artist, assisted by Rasmus Robak and yours truly, worked for about two months during all kinds of crazy Danish summer weather. The art piece was officially presented on the 27th September 2013 and named SEA VIEW. The outer face has a climbing wall, which offers people the possibility of seeing the Artwork at close quarters. It was a fulfilling experience with a lot of hard work and wonderful people. I’m happy to have been part of this project (and that I’m not afraid of heights).
Read more about the Art piece and its surroundings on streetdome.dk/