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Words by
Jóhann Páll Ástvaldsson

Photography by
Golli

Fritz Hendrik Berndsen is an artist whose daily life mirrors his art. Entering his home, it seems tailor-made for Fritz. His diverse exhibitions explore concepts that are on his mind, many of which are preoccupations we all share: the Internet, global warming, dreams. I visited him at his home, built in the 1960s by another artist. We head down a spiral staircase into a low arching cellar workshop, lit from above by natural light. As I enter, Fritz is 3-D printing key chains and drying oil paintings for his upcoming exhibition Lost Passwords.
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Fritz Hendrik Berndsen is an artist whose daily life mirrors his art. Entering his home, it seems tailor-made for Fritz. His diverse exhibitions explore concepts that are on his mind, many of which are preoccupations we all share: the Internet, global warming, dreams. I visited him at his home, built in the 1960s by another artist. We head down a spiral staircase into a low arching cellar workshop, lit from above by natural light. As I enter, Fritz is 3-D printing key chains and drying oil paintings for his upcoming exhibition Lost Passwords.
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