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Installation views from the exhibition "I Died In Italy But No One Knows It", 18/9-13/11 - 2010, Traneudstillingen, Gentofte Hovedbibliotek, Hellerup, Denmark.

I Died In Italy But No One Knows It
In 2002, during a residency at The Danish Cultural Institute, in Rome, was I violently attacked, beaten up and left for dead. I survived, but the incident has left me with severe damages and a later diagnosed brain injury - which affects me on a daily basis.

I survived – yes – but everything has changed.

See I Died.....a reflection by Peter Brandt
Mental Mugshot
I Died In Italy But No One Knows It
Anxiety Object Series (Brain)
States Of Being
The Hour is Devoted to Revenge
After
You Killed Me Slowly
Pain in The Eye
Cornered
Contusions

The exhibition was on show at Traneudstillingen, Gentofte Hovedbibliotek, Denmark 19/9-13/11 – 2010 and at Konstföreningen AURA, Krognoshuset, Lund, Sweden 15/1-13/2 – 2011.

The book I Died In Italy But No One Knows It has just been published. There are texts by Brandt on the particular works and Aukje Lepoutre Ravn has written an essay, which sets the whole project into a trauma theoretical context.