For as long as he can remember, the artist has used his hands creatively to communicate. It began with drawings as a young boy, and somewhere along the way sculptures sneaked in, becoming his livelihood. “I just couldn’t help myself. I’ve always had my fingers in some sort of creative work, it’s just constantly been there as part of me and a way of dealing with emotions and experiences. It’s my calling,” says Agerbo. His style as a sculptor is described as ‘expressive’ – clearly channelling emotion through figures of the human body. Agerbo himself, however, is much more occupied with the process of actually crafting his sculptures, continuously evolving his talent by exploring new materials and techniques.