My invisible face, by Tomas Lagermand Lundme

My invisible face is a work about being a boy between the ages of 15 and 18, and consists of posters of nine different young mens own statements about a secret and pain that is not always visible. In connection with the exhibition of the work at Horsens Art Museum, a series of lectures and workshops will be held for young people, who in this connection will write short and anonymous texts themselves.
My invisible face (2024) deals with a very important and current theme around young people’s well-being or lack thereof. It is an independent further development of the works Kærlig hilsen hadet (2020) and We are a team of a completely new time (2022), both of which have previously been exhibited at Horsens Art Museum.

For many years, Tomas Lagermand Lundme has himself consciously worked in a mixture of literature, visual and performing arts. Time and time again he has described many different boy and man roles that most often go under the radar and do not have a verbal language, but rather a self-destructive behavior where they push themselves over the edge with the hope that one day they will be seen.

Tomas Lagermand Lundme (b. 1973) is a writer and artist. He graduated from the Theater School Centrum in 1990-1993, the Clown School in the period 1993-1996, the Writers’ School in 1998, and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 1996-2002, where he attended Professor Torben Christensen’s media art school and Professor Ursula Reuter Christiansen’s painting school, respectively. He lives and works in Copenhagen.


The exhibition will open the. 27 August at Horsens Art Museum until 2 of january.