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Other articles about, references to, appearances by T.U.'s paintings:
 
Cover image, "Speciel Relativitetsteori"

One of T.U.'s paintings is on the cover of Ulrik Uggerhøj's book, "Speciel relativitetsteori" (Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2016), about Albert Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity. In Danish.
 
 
Mazava installation

A set of five of T.U.'s rice-paper works were installed at the 10th anniversary of Mazava in Morogoro, Madagascar.

June 2016.
 
 
Balligraphies site

Site launched for those who might like to purchase T.U.'s paintings.

Nov. 3, 2015.
 
 
2015 Play The Game Award

Given to Bob Munro and Mathare Youth Sports Association in Kenya,"for their efforts to create sustainable social progress and their courageous battle against corruption in sport."

Article about the award.

Photo: Bob Munro, left, receives the Play the Game Award 2015 from Jens Sejer Andersen, international director for Play The Game. (Photo by Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game.)

Award was a T.U. print.

Aarhus, Denmark, Oct. 28, 2015.
 
 
2013 Play The Game Award

Given to Richard Pound, "for his uncompromising efforts in the fight for a cleaner and more democratic sports movement."

Article about the award.

Photo: Søren Riiskjær, left, vice-chairman of the board of Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies, presents the award to Richard Pound. (Photo by Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game.)

Award was a T.U. print.

Aarhus, Denmark, Oct. 28, 2013.
 
 
2011 Play The Game Award

Given to Jens Weinreich and Andrew Jennings, "in recognition of their tireless work documenting and bringing the enormous levels of mismanagement and corruption in the world's leading sports organisations into public view."

Article about the award.

Photo: Weinrich and Jennings receive the award. (Photo by Tine Harden and Play The Game.)

Award was two T.U. prints. (1) (2).

Coventry, UK, Oct. 6, 2011.
 
 
2009 Play The Game Award

Given to Declan Hill, "for his work exposing the realities of match-fixing in East Asia."

Article about the award.

Photo: Hill, left, receives the award from Tine Teilmann, Play the Game Board member and chairman of the IPC's Women in Sport Committee and member of the IOC?s Women in Sport Commission. (Photo by Jens Astrup and Play The Game.)

Award is a T.U. print.

Reykjavik, Iceland, Nov. 12, 2009.
 
 
2007 Play The Game Award

Given to Sandro Donati, "one of the world's leading anti-doping fighters,
for his courage and determination in revealing cases of doping and corruption in Italian and international sport and for his tenacity in researching the links between doping and international organised crime."

Article about the award.

Photo: The award was accepted by 2002 award recipient Laura Robinson on behalf of Sandro Donati (shown in background), who spoke to the conference by phone. (Photo by Niels Nyholm and Play The Game.)

Award is a T.U. print.

Reykjavik, Iceland, Nov. 1, 2007.
 
 
2005 Play The Game Award

Given to Mario Goijman, former president of the Argentine Volleyball Federation, for his courage and commitment in bringing to light the theft and corruption that has taken place in the International Volleyball Federation during the reign of FIVB-president Ruben Acosta.

Article about the award.

Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2005.
 
 
Featured

Accompanying a text on jazz by Jack Kerouac.

Lettre Internationale, #008, 2005
 
 
Interview

by Lars Movin

Jazz Special, Second International Edition 2003
 
 
Featured

by Nikolaj Rønhede

Apparatur 9, June 2004
 
 
Featured

by Jan Frimodt

"Boldspillende billedkunster", Nyt fra Danmark, Sept.-Oct. 2003
 
 
Cover image,
"The People of Democracy: Understanding Self-Determination
on the Basis of Body and Movement"


by Henning Eichberg

Klim, March 2004
 
 
Play The Game Award

Given to Canadian journalist Laura Robinson for her reports
on sexual abuse in ice hockey.

Article about the award (in .pdf format).

Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2002.
 
 
"Before The Wall: Body & Being"

Featured in the digital film by Rick New, Molly Martin
and T.U., 2002
 
 
Play The Game Conference

Article "Philosophy and absorption: a breathing space"(.pdf format)
        about T.U.'s presentation.

Three paintings:   1   2   3

Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2000.
 
 
"Moments of Play"

Featured in the film by Jørgen Leth.

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