In his first exhibition at Peder Lund, Sergej Jensen (1973- ) is showing five large-format new paintings. These works were made using a variety of processes including sewing, gilding, printing and painting, often in combination within a single work.
Left over scraps from older paintings are re-used by shredding their remains down to small linen strips and sewing them back together in new constellations. These constellations call to mind motifs from a sci-fi vision of nature and architecture. The combined technologies of mechanical cutters and digital flatbed printing on painted canvases create panelled surfaces that are both structural and decorative elements of the paintings in this exhibition. These panels bare resemblances to landscapes, computer control boards and crown molding.