Following their joint exhibition in Denmark, and continuing their exploration of the theme of ‘home’, UK artists brook & black collaborated with Danish artists Christina Bredahl Duelund and Natascha Thiara Rydvald. In May 2015, the artists worked together for the first time, with ‘Composing Space’ – a group exhibition at the Gjethuset Gallery, Denmark. The second part of this exchange resulted in the exhibition, Arkitektoniske Kramper,* where the artists used moving sculpture, video, photography, installation and sound to transform the OVADA warehouse into a multi-layered exploration of the architectural and mental space of their shared experiences.

*Translation: Architectural Cramps (A cramp is a device, fixed between two architectural elements, that holds them from falling away from each other. In Danish it also means a grumpy, bossy woman).