In the exhibition "Woodf formations" I show sculptures and formations of wood, whose surfaces have a geological character. The Journey of the Tree, the Cliff and the Human Being, as nature's materials, we are part of the ecosystem. We form, develop and disappear, a journey that leaves its mark on us and in our world. In my work with wood, I am preoccupied with the traces that tell the story of the tree. When I process wood, it's like exploring the tree's life story, which testifies to both strength and fragility - a tale of the common conditions of all life. For this solo exhibition, Bornholm's beautiful rock formations and quarries have caught my attention. The texture and design of the rock species is comparable to those I find and highlight in wood. That discovery has inspired me to explore whether, by transferring qualities from one material to another, I can expand the perception of the materiality of the tree and draw threads to existential feelings that belong to being human. At the exhibition, the audience will be able to experience works that focus on sensuality, a raw beauty and the balance between the material's own properties and the artistic work. The tree has smooth, light sides where I worked it, and dark, rough surfaces created by the tree's time in the woods. In the works I try to create a poetic dance between the two terms. With the exhibition "Formations" I want to pay tribute to nature's materials and the marvellous processes that create the fascinating surfaces that both stone and wood get over time. I think it is important to focus on the value of natural materials in a time when nature is challenged in the fight against our Anthropocene age, and I think that can happen through artistic empathy and fascination.