Danish designer and artist Per Arnoldi is an educated school teacher and worked as such for a short time before his interest in and engagement with painting, design and art became his primary occupation.Â He has worked in many medias including painting, sculpture, ceramics and poster design. His simplistic expressions are often categorized as modern art. He worked with the magazine Mobilia (about modernist furniture, interior decoration and crafts) for about 10 years, learning the craft ofÂ graphic design.Â In an interview with Berlingske he says this about distinguishing good of bad art:
“In terms of formation in general, it’s about you belonging to a culture and a cultural circle that we can see as a space.Â With the formation, you can move in that space with intimacy, and you can roughly understand where you are, and what you have with you, and what constitutes the space.”
“Formation is, of course, also conditional on being aware that ‘space’ exists.Â At the same time, you need to have a sense of what frequency you need to tune in to hear and see things in their essence.”
Images: Courtesy of Per Arnoldi.