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Bynke, Artemisia, slægt af kurvblomster med ca. 300 arter i Europa, Asien, Nordamerika og Sydafrika. De er en- eller flerårige urter, halvbuske eller buske, ofte med aromatisk duft. De små kurve, som mangler randblomster, er samlet i tætte stande.

 

Født 1969 - bosiddende på Bornholm
Foto og film arbejde fra start til slut.

Web. Grafisk arbejde. Kunst.Udvikling.Formidling.

Cand. Mag i medievidenskab og Visuel Kultur fra Københavns Universitet.
Digital design/Københavns erhvervs akademi. Film/foto School Of Visual Arts New York City

 

Bynke-living - Blogging a bit

 

CV

Born (1969) and living on the Island Bornholm in the Baltic sea, in Denmark.
Photography and filmmaking. Web. Printed media, posters, catalouges, flyers.
Art-stuff, text and vision.
Master of Art in Visual Culture and Media Science from University of Copenhagen. Digital design/Københavns erhvervs akademi. Film/foto School Of Visual Arts New York City

In Europe,  Bynke/Artemisia/mugwort most often refers to the species Artemisia vulgaris, or common mugwort.
Artemisias are used medicinally, especially in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean traditional medicine. Some mugworts have also found a use in modern medicine for their anti-herpetic effect. They are also used as an herb to flavor food. In Korea, mugworts were also used for plain, non-medicinal consumption; in South Korea, mugworts, called ssuk, are still used as a staple ingredient in many dishes including rice cakes and soup.

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