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dreamworlds creating daydreams
Pinkudreyma.welt is an art project created by German Mixed Media Artist Theresa Kohlbeck Jakobsen (non-binary). In the centre: Faroese motives like the Varđi (stone landmark) or the Tjaldursbørkubóndi (spotted heath orchid). Positioned on wood, canvas or paper these symbols of interconnection with nature carry the spectator off into an utopian dreamworld. The artworks compositions are a modern interpretation of a Nebra sky disc.
Pinkudreyma.welt is an art project of Mixed Media Artist Theresa Kohlbeck, creating little woodbased dreamworlds. Theresa is a German creative, identifying as non-binary, who after spending ten years in the noisy party-metropolis Berlin decided to spend one year off the grid on an archipelago in the centre of the North Atlantic. Exchanging the dirty streets of Germany’s biggest city with the wild, untamed nature of the Faroe Islands. Art she produces under the name of Pinkudreyma.welt are, for her, a tool of recovery as well as for coping with anxiety. Works were exhibited in 2021 in Tórshavn & Fuglafjørður (FO), Hanoi (VN) Bridgwater (UK) and Reykjavík (IS). Right now Theresa is working and studying in Germany again. The latest exhibition was in March in Regensburg (GER).
I am a German creative, who after spending ten years in the noisy party-metropolis Berlin decided to spend a year
off the grid on an archipelago in the centre of the North Atlantic. Exchanging the dirty streets of Germany’s
biggest city with the wild, untamed nature of the Faroe Islands.
After struggling again with alcohol addiction, I created the project @pinkudreyma.welt in July 2020.
It helped me deal with the stresses of ongoing recovery and laid out a path into my third year of sobriety.
The name is a fusion of Faroese and German. It means little dream world.
The motives are taken from the Faroese nature, positioned on a wooden base and transferred into a dream by acrylic
colours, glitter and a glossy finish.
I mostly work in series around a variety of topics and take the titles of the artworks from the Faroese language.
Looking at the pieces is an invitation to lose yourself in a little daydream.