Ulrik Weck (b. 1972) lives and works in Denmark and is educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Weck's works varies from installations to sculptures and paintings and he is a common user of various materials from neon signs, soccer balls, bricks and woods. Ulrik Weck is an artist mainly working with objects he finds on the street and transforms into art.
In May 2016 Ulrik Weck together with British artist Nathaniel Rackowe exhibited in Etage Projects with the show Low Fidelity - an exhibition exploring the fine line between art and design. Furthermore the duo-exhibition was also critically paying attention to and commenting on the difference between art and everyday objects, and how objects transform and loose their initial purpose.
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Please note that each artwork described below is subject to changes in availability and price without prior notice. The below prices are valid for one month from the initial offer. The below offer does not include any shipping or installation, however we would be happy to organise this on your behalf.
Dimension: 21 cm (diameter)
Price: 900 EUR
About: The Vase Series by Ulrik Weck (DK) is an ongoing series of vases made of found basket balls. It is a part of Weck's ongoing project about found materials, which he refers to as 'customized mass-produced objects'.
Wall Vase (untitled)
Material: wood, polystyrene and white paint
Dimension: 85 x 71 x 18 cm
Price: 1,210 EUR / 9,000 DKK / 1,350 USD
About: 'Untitled' wall vase by Ulrik Weck is inspired by Italian cemeteries. Weck was investigating how to put flowers on graveyards if the tombstone is horizontal instead of vertical - his result was making a hanging wall vase.
Laughing All Day, Crying All Night
2015 - 2017
Mixed media on board
67 x 101.5 x 10 cm
Price on request