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With Chokk in Fantasmus Gallery

When the gallery I work with in Denmark told me back in May 2010 they were moving from Saeby in the north of Jutland to the capital in August, plans were already starting to form to attend the opening. Due to being burried in work these plans were brought back to the bare minimum. We would drive to Flensburg, Germany on thursday, continue to Copenhagen on friday to deliver my sculptures in the afternoon, attend the opening on saturday and drive 1100km back home on sunday. That would give us 1 afternoon and 1 morning to check out Copenhagen.

Sounds insane, but that's exactly what we did.

We were lucky to have decent weather, even though it was quite cold and there was a strong wind, and we really enjoyed ourselves during that short stay in the Danish capital.

Another cool thing is that we finally met up with TravBuddy Christian (Chokk) at the gallery, which was fun. Hopefully next time we'll have more time to check out the city and sit down for a beer and more travel talk.

Chokk says:
I really hope so too :D
Posted on: Oct 05, 2010
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With Chokk in Fantasmus Gallery
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