Tania Sloth Woelders, born 1990 in Denmark


I study the connection between material, shape and colour. I use materials as a way to understand the possibilities, and to see how materials interact with each other. I like to examine contrast between colours and find great combinations. 

I am very drawn to textures and I create most of my art with a tactile sensation. The surface of a piece can feel a certain way that creates a bodily experience. Inspiration can come from many places like natural surfaces in the details of a tree or cracked paint on a wall. 

In my art practice I use experimentation with found materials and vary my media depending on where my curiosity takes me – I love to be in the process and I never know the exact outcome until the end.

My art consists of both paintings, collages, sculpture and objects. 

I live and work in Copenhagen.  

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