Tyrmi & Vogl – Galleri Opdahl

Tyrmi & Vogl - Galleri Opdahl For the first time, the works of Hanne Tyrmi and Ulrich Vogl has been presented in close dialogue. Composed of the fundamental and the situational, the abstract and figurative, the exhibition proposes shifting perspectives of human experience and the mechanisms that drive our perception. Read at Opdahl web page… Read More

Lost Horizons

Lost Horizons For CHART in Tivoli 2023, Hanne Tyrmi has created a remarkable new installation: an iron table without a traditional tabletop, but from inside of which lush crops grow outwards. The plants included in the installation have all been sourced from local farmers, and reflect the specific species that are most commonly grown for… Read More

Horses Die Standing

Horses Die Standing In Horses Die Standing, Hanne Tyrmi explores the vulnerability that characterizes both society and the individual, an experience of barriers and loss, power and powerlessness. Tyrmi uses ideas of the body – as social and political reality – as a pivotal point in her work. The extensive use of lead forms an… Read More

Relief and Reinforcements

Relief and Reinforcements The Relief and Reinforcements project explores themes within the fragility and vulnerability of the body, as well as in the society and environment. This project is a collection of objects in different materials. Some of the objects have been shown at an exhibition in 2018, while several have not been shown publicly.… Read More

The Lost Thing

The Lost Thing Throughout the cellar there is matte, black materiality. A dark bladder has attached itself to the intricate system of pipes that are entwined on both sides of a wall. It is almost as if some intestinal sludge has got stuck here. These forms are well-known from Tyrmi's art, not least from a… Read More

Domestic Accident

Domestic Accident On a thin-legged table are piled staggering amounts of cups, saucers, and plates. Everything has been made from white linen paper, rendering the installation dreamlike and transparent. This mammoth washing up serves to remind us that everything goes in circles. Housework is a Sisyphean task that perpetually bites its own tail. Something is… Read More