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Edition of 100 (No. 0 - 99)

Paper, black ribbon, black seal

0.3 x 4.9 x 7.9 - 23.6 in

Image from the performance piece Social Act #11 

Image by Tim Panduro



Series of unique works, each handwritten

Tracing paper, white paper, cardboard, ribbon, handwritten words

1.4 x 9 x 12.8 in


Installation of The White Book, Entretempo Kitchen Gallery

11. 28.2014 - 02.03.2015

Paper, wall

Dimensions variable

WHITE Pages 

The White Book

Helene Lundbye Petersen

Why must we always think of time as numbers?

Helene Lundbye Petersen's practice is about building new spaces for life.


"A space can be both in our consciousness; in how we meet one another as well as it can be a physical place. Each of my spaces has colours that explore different aspects of life based on ‘calligraphic manuscripts’ – empty books that I find to write in by hand from the first to the last page. I wrote my first space – White – in November 2011 in New York and this book serves as the foundation for all the other books – just as white light broken by a prism unfolds all other colours."

— Helene Lundbye Petersen