In his studio at Charlottenborg Kunsthal, the young painter Christopher FenDweller – a figure loosely based on the Fenrir wolf of Norse mythology and the Danish Golden Age painter C.W. Eckersberg! – works on mastering the motifs of nature. It’s not going so well. Therefore, he embarks on an educational journey to the island of Møn, where a transformation begins. Ancient folk tales and figures borrowed freely from Norse mythology meet hypermodern high-tech in a lavishly baroque adventure. Like a spiritual relative of Matthew Barney, he lets its hybrid characters explore the historical past and possible futures at the same time.
- Theodor Præst Nymark Jensen
- Language: en