Nosaj Thing

Nosaj Thing Played for Live Art Denmark
 2013: DJ set at Hitparaden 1 DJ Set Nosaj Thing played a DJ Set and it looked like this: About the Artist
 Nosaj Thing (born Jason Chung) is an American record producer based in Los Angeles, California. He has produced tracks for artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi, Busdriver, and most recently, Chance the Rapper. Continue reading on Wikipedia, or listen in on Soundcloud.

Dagmar Vestergaard Friis (DK)

Dagmar Vestergaard Friis In 2017, Dagmar Friis was the lead character in “The Attitudes of Ida Brun“, presented at Thorvaldsens Museum in Copenhagen. Danish/German Ida Brun was an admired contemporary of Goethe and Thorvaldsen – and Denmarks first performance artist according to Bjørn Nørgaard. Curriculum (b.2005) 2013:             with Jörn Burmester (DE): “Kritik der Weltmaschine“, Grüntaler9; Berlin.2014:             with Francesca Romana Ciardi (DE/Chile) Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen. 2014:             solowork: Verdensmaskinen, Nikolaj Kunsthal, Live Art for Børn festival, Copenhagen. 2015:             solowork: artists cocktails “Critics&Cocktails“, Overgaden, Copenhagen.2015:             with Essi Kausalainen (FI): “Carnation & Quartz”, qrt halls in Kristianstad and Ystad, Sweden. Bästa Biennal 2015. 2016:             with Odun Orimolade (Nigeria), […]

Peter van der Meijden (NL/DK)

Peter van der Meijden Works with Live Art Denmark 20??: “The Definition of Performativity” at  Samtalekøkken 2016: Residence in collaboration with Ato Malinda at COLAB Copenhagen The Definition of Performativity Peter van Der Meijden presented and performed his performative lecture “The definition of performativity” at Samtalekøkken. COLAB Collabortion with Ato Malinda As part of the COLAB program, Ato Malinda teamed up with Peter van der Meijden for a one month residency. Together they looked at strategies of represention of various objects in Danish museums. A special focus was given to objects from Africa and how they come to represent an artificial unitary identity of Africa, instead of illustrating its many […]