This work is recorded in the Asger Jorn Archives.
Far from working solely with paint, Jorn was exceptionally versatile. In addition to ceramics, tapestries and graphic design, he also created several collages, most of which were executed in Paris in the wake of Spring 1968. They consist of straps of paper torn off from billboards, sometimes including letters and images. Common for them all, they possess a revolutionary character fuelled by their historical significance. Expressive and spontaneously abstract, their layers create a dynamic rhythm of vibrant protest against the establishment.