Jeppe Hein

Jeppe Hein (b. 1974 in Copenhagen, living and working in Berlin and Copenhagen) completed his education at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts in Copenhagen and the Städel School of Fine Arts in Frankfurt/Main. In 2012, he was awarded the renowned Robert Jacobsen prize of the Würth Foundation. His sculptures, installations and large-scale space structures play with sensory experiences and invite the viewer to take an active role. Jeppe Hein has been internationally represented in solo and group exhibitions, including Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (2015); Bonniers Konsthall Stockholm and Haus am Waldsee, Berlin (2013); Neues Museum Nuremberg (2012); Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa, Japan; 303 Gallery, New York (2011); IMA, Indianapolis, USA (2010); Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Australia (2010); Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA; Kunstmuseum Arhus, Denmark (2009); Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (2009).
We are all connected is a lettering crafted from wooden branches, which the artist gathered in the forest. This edition of five copies Jeppe Hein conceived exclusively for Neuer Berliner Kunstverein.