Locating glass firmly in the site-specific and event-based, I use glass composition and diamond point engraving by hand to transmute botanical and mineral elements into objects that weave together eclectic histories and ancient landscapes in contemporary contexts.
Born in Denmark, 1978, Anne Vibeke Mou moved to United Kingdom in 1999 to study at Glasgow School of Art and Royal College of Art, London. She lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne and Cumbria.
Anne Vibeke’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries such as Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art; Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art; National Glass Centre, Sunderland; Contemporary Art Society and Camden Art Centre; KunstraumLangenlois, Austria and includes permanent commissions for the Laurence Sterne Trust at Shandy Hall, Coxwold; York and St John’s; and Healey, Northumberland. She has undertaken residencies at Corning Museum of Glass, USA, Bullseye Projects, USA/Scotland, Upernavik Museum, North West Greenland, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague, Czech Republic, Sunderland University and National Glass Centre.
Anne Vibeke is currently undertaking doctoral research at Durham University’s Department of Geography and Centre for Visual Arts and Culture in collaboration with National Glass Centre and Sunderland University.
Skills & Experience
- Visiting lecturer (HE)