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Tall and blue-eyed with sunny short blond hair, at first glance Rasmus Myrup easily appears a poster boy for his home country of Denmark. And in fact he might have been—had his artistic practice not been about deifying one of modern society’s strongest misconceptions.

Indeed, beyond his large smile, the artist continuously challenges the principle that natural order is based on heterosexual biological reproduction. Born in Denmark, and working now in Copenhagen after having lived in London and Paris, he has elaborated a practice akin to an ecosexual manifesto that thinks of nature not as a worldly reproductive mother but rather a queer orgy. An interest, the artist confesses, that came partly from his childhood. “When you are a kid, you learn about nature in the sense of reproduction, like a seed becoming a

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