DNA-dans. Meaning DNA-dance. Pencil drawing by Naja Abelsen. Part of 12 drawings forming an unique book (Beginning of Life) with round pages. 3 layers; the young couple in love, the helix-string and small phosphorescent animals, jellies.(the circular things). Available as A3-photoprint 400 DKK / 54 Euro.
Embroidered piece by Naja Abelsen on preprinted cottonfabric, sewn while working on a project of unique books; this was meant as one page in the book, but was turned to a exhibition work, and got a long tail of red strap, calligraphed with one of my poems on it: this ran through the exhibition room
The 12-page circular book "Livets Begyndelse" about the beginning of Life: the circle of human beings procreation, the beginning of Life on Earth, and other round symbols of Life. Here unfolded making a bigger circle. Made in 1995 by www.najaabelsen.dk
A page about Death as the cessation of electricity, drawn as the human being with magnetic poles. From the triangular book "Livets Afslutning" which is a book about Death as such. Made in 1995 by www.najaabelsen.dk
"OOOM" a little jewellery-like book, made may 2016. of various materials with improvised text. Wood, birchbark, metals, plastic, fiberglass, stone, text written with pyrography, acrylic, fiberpen, assembled with copperwire, silverthread. Made by www.najaabelsen.dk
The Essence of Pink" A laminated book of everything pink, found in boks, magazines etc. and my own drawings, text, collages...made in 2000. By www.najaabelsen.dk
The second view, before turning the pages, from the triangular book "Livets Afslutning" which is a book about Death as such. Made in 1995 by www.najaabelsen.dk
A page about the increasing DNA damage in our cells as we grow older/the more times the cells divide, the more damage. Exemplified by Rotifers and an embryo/stemcells. From the triangular book "Livets Afslutning" which is a book about Death as such. Made in 1995 by www.najaabelsen.dk
Africa | Excerpts from a 264 page illustrated prayer book from Ethiopia | 16th - 18th century | Parchment, bound in leather (or some other animal hide) with wooden covers on the front and back. The text is written in the Ge’ez alphabet, the traditional liturgical language of the Ethiopian Orthodox | The Christian roots of Ethiopia can be traced back to the 4th century AD.