An essential component in the body of work of young Danish artist Asger Dybvad Larsen (*1990 in Aarhus) is his dynamic exploration of materials that have the potential to transform the concept of painting. In his artistic universe lives the conviction that physicality is never static.
The artist defines the different components in his paintings as a set of generations, each of which are continuously affecting one another. The reuse of materials or left overs which enter the production of new works further emphasize this notion.
Reflections on the autonomy of an individual artwork often coincide with back references to conceptual themes and traditions of post-war period art, such as minimalism or abstract expressionism, and their representatives in art history.