Kjersti G. Andvig (NO)

Kjersti G. Andvig Kjersti G. Andvig (1978) graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo, Norway, 2003. For Samtalekøkkenet September 2012, she presented her – so far – two year long research in giving giving soul to inanimate objects ” I swear on the Stone”.   http://kjersti.andvig.free.fr/

Kristoffer Raasted (DK)

Kristoffer Raasted Kristoffer Raasted investigates the live moment in the field between poetry, visual art and music. He has studied philosophy and is currently, studying at the Art Academy of Copenhagen. Video (below) from Alt_Cph 13 performance  “Opadstræbende Linjer”: At Samtalekøkkenet, October 2013, he performed with Claus Haxholm in “Elektriske Guitarer”:

Kristján Ingimarsson (IS/DK)

Kristján Ingimarsson Kristján Ingimarsson (1968) is an Icelandic performer and director, who is based in Denmark and tours internationally. Educated from School of Stage Arts in 1997, Ingimarsson has since produced physical theatre performances with his own company Neander. Characteristic of Ingimarsson’s productions is their unique and out-of-control physical expression along with endless curiosity and a rule-breaking nerve. For Samtalekøkkenet January 2011, he gave a taste of “Fools of the World, Unite: http://www.neander.dk/

Jette Hye Jin Mortensen (DK/KR)

Jette Hye Jin Mortensen Jette Hye Jin Mortensen, born 1980 in Korea and adopted to Denmark. In her works, her autobiography is opened up as artistic material, and herself as performative, corporeal site for gestural drama.Text and manuscripts often surrounds the works, displayed alongside the actual projects as a reminder of the “hidden text”: the ideological, cultural web that surrounds any work of art. For Samtalekøkkenet, January 2011, she showed her video work “Tell it the way they tell it” and talked about it: It was live-reviewed by Mette Garfield, Teater 1: January 2012, she performed “Songbook”: http://www.jettehyejinmortensen.com/  

Jörn Burmester Wium (DE/DK)

Jörn Burmester Wium Jörn Burmester Wium has been a regular guest at Liveart.dk For the book launch of the Berliner Luft book he performed  “My Last Performance” at Warehouse 9 (November 2009). However, it was not his last performance – In 2011 he was our artist in residence and performed “Performance art is life. Theater is death.” at a of “Samtalekøkken” During the residency, he also performed “Randon Rants” at the ACTS festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, May 2011: He is a performance artist, curator and playwright living and working in Berlin. Burmester’s solo work began with a series of performance lectures on the war in Afghanistan (The Rambo Lectures, 2001-2003). Together with Florian […]

Julie Andree T. (CA)

Julie Andree T Her performance at Hitparaden 1 is part of a series of performances called Nature Morte. She explores the concept of landscape and death, the change of scenary” and the simulation. Even if the body is the center of her process, visual poetry and a pictorial approach resonate through the time line of the work. Julie Andrée T.’s installations and performance works have been shown in Canada, U.S.A, South America, Asia and Europe. She was part of PME, and experimental theater company directed by Jacob Wren. She has collaborated with various people like choreographers and theater directors. Since 2003 she has been part of the performance group Black Market International. Julie […]

Joshua Sofaer (UK)

Joshua Sofaer Joshua Sofaer (1972) is an artist who is centrally concerned with modes of collaboration and participation. Often with an irreverent use of humour, he plays with established forms of production, appropriating and reconfiguring the chat show, competition, lecture, or museum display. He is invited for a residence in January and February 2018 in a collaboration between Liveart.dk and Scenekunstens Efteruddannelse (Statens Teaterskole). During this residence, he offers his coaching programme to artists: Coaching Conversations is an opportunity for artists to ‘rethink’, ‘progress’, and ‘unblock’ their practice during a one-to-one conversation with artist and PCT accredited Relational Dynamics Coach, Joshua Sofaer. Coaching Conversations uses the principles of coaching to […]

Joakim Stampe (S)

Joakim Stampe Born in 1959, lives and works in Göteborg, Sweden. Being the son of two painters, Joakim Stampe grew up in an artistic environment where art and making art was a natural part of life. Joakim Stampe is basically a storyteller, through the action and the human identification in performance art. For Samtalekøkkenet, November 2012, Joakim performed an action of painting with his boots – and with fire: “Daddy’s flag in Red, White and Fire”. http://www.infractionparis.info/en/infraction-paris-4/artistes/joakim-stampe-sua-de.html