Peter Linde Busk & Numen/for Use

7 May 2022 – 7 Sep 2022

Regular hours

10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00

Cost of entry

High Season Admission, May 7–Nov 6
Adult SEK 170
Senior & Student SEK 150
Under 18 Free admission

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Wanås konst

Simrishamn, Sweden


Travel Information

  • The nearest bus station with regular service is Knislinge Busstation, 2,8 kilometers from Wanås. May 1 – September 30 it is possible to go all the way to Wanås by public transportation with a prebooked bus service from Knislinge bus station. You find the time table here.
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Wanås Konst feature artists who drive change and material development. Rather than raising awareness of questions connected to environment and sustainability as motifs, Danish artist Peter Linde Busk and design collective Numen/For Use seek sustainable alternatives in the execution of their works.


Numen/For Use is an industrial design collective established by Nikola Radeljkovic, Sven Jonke, and Christoph Katzler in 1998. The group has actively worked to erase the barriers between design, architecture, and scenography, and describe their work as a playground for testing ideas in relation to various tasks. At the request of a choreographer, they created an installation of tape that documented and related to dancers’ movements in 2008. Since then, they have continued experimenting with tape, rope, and nets in elaborate forms and spatial constellations. The site-specific installation Tape Wanås, at Wanås Konst, was not constructed digitally in advance but was created on site in an analog and a physical process. The sprawling tape lines in the barn from the 1700s, show different stages of the undertaking. One part of the installation forms a tunnel to crawl through, and another place features an opening to look up through. The installation examines the old, cathedral-like building as it continues through the space and outward through an open hatch, and affixed to tree branches outside, creates a portal that can be walked beneath. Visitors are invited in the cavities of the hovering large structure, which opens for discoveries for both mind and body.

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Numen/For Use

Peter Linde Busk


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