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Danish artist Søren Lose

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Danish artist Søren Lose (1972) answers "Daily Dozen" questions. Read more about him in our section "Artists".

Take a "Sneak Peek" into Søren Lose's studio!

1. What’s the best moment of your day.

Being alone in the morning before anyone else is awake.

2. Why do you work as an artist?

I would not know what else to do in life.

3. What films, concerts, exhibits, or books have left a lasting impression on you?

There are, of course, numerous. Just to mention one of each: film - Carl Theodor Dreyer "The Word" (Ordet, 1955); concert - The Cure in Copenhagen in 1988; exhibition - Thomas Demand in Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, 2009; book - Henrik Pontoppidan "Lykkeper".

4. Where do you currently get ideas for your works?

Books, the internet, historical archives, and in my everyday surroundings generally.

5. Which work(s) of art would you like to have in your possession?

I don't know.

6. What do you do when you’re not occupied with art?

I tend to be wandering rather restlessly around until I am enganged in a new art project again.

7. Do you sleep a lot?


8. Do you collect anything?

Yes… too many things.

9. What is one of the most important things in your studio?

The computer, my pinboards and my books.

10. What do you like to eat, and what don’t you like?

Fresh vegetables and fruits produced locally, especially from my own garden.
Food of poor standard flewn in from far away.

11. When you were a kid, what did you want to be?

Nothing specific as far as I remember… maybe a soldier.

12. Name three creative individuals, from any era, with whom you’d gladly spend an evening.

Don't know.