A portrait of Erik A. Frandsen
Erik A. Frandsen possesses a very special outlook on life when making art. Through his works he elaborates on issues touching many facets of everyday life. We follow his work in the studio on Falster and we take part in the opening of his international exhibitions i.a. Portugal, Switzerland and New York. Continously he reflects upon his works and he tells us about the considerations he has about being a creative artist. He does not achieve new understandings of reality through art, and he illustrates that fact by an ironic distance in the choice of themes and through his oblique angling of motives. His art opposes traditions and it questions the civil and public “correctness”.