Florian Feigl Works with Live Art Denmark 2004 “Encyclopedia of Performance Art” at Hitparaden 1, with Wagner Feigl Festspiele 2011 “Prologue to 300″ at Samtalekøkkenet 2011 “Rambo Revisionist” at Samtalekøkkenet, with Jörn Burmester Wium 2014 “Teotwawki” at Hitparaden 2, with Jörn Burmester Wium and Mark Boombastik 2017 “Jeg skal baare lige…” for Live Art for Børn S/H. Encyclopedia of Performance Art With their performance-lecture “The Encyclopaedia of Performance Art” Wagner-Feigl-Forschung sketch out a complete and all encompassing catalogue of the world. Researching the fields of performance art in past, present and future in live-action, with rare and very well known photo-, video-, text- and sound footage Wagner-Feigl-Forschung show how all […]
D Tiberio Works for Live Art Denmark2013, concert at Hitparaden 1 The DJ, producer and muscina D Tiberio from Los Angeles played a set at Hitparaden 1. About the ArtistD Tiberio is a skateboarder, producer, and artist and from the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. His music has been released on Brownswood Recordings and primarily on Timetable Records, where Tiberio also contributes artwork and creative direction. Find him on Soundcloud here.
Ellen Friis Works with Live Art Denmark Ellen is one of the founders and directors of Live Art Denmark and takes part in developing and producing all projects of our company. Her artistic contributions to the various programs include: 2007: “The Evidence” at Berliner Luft 3 2012: “Six Saints: Lene Vestergaard Hau” at Samtalekøkken at Kunsthal Nikolaj 2013: “Six Saints: Tycho Brahe” and “Six Saints: H.C.Ørsted” at Hitparaden 1 2014 “Still-life (after Wilhelm Bendz)” for Now and Again 2017 “Ida Bruns Attituder” at Thorvaldsens Museum, Copenhagen The Evidence At Berliner Luft 3 Ellen performed the first version of her performance “The Evidence”. Inspired by the sentence in a physics book, […]
Eric Andersen Works for Live Art Denmark2013 Organ Concert for Samtalekøkken at Nikolaj Kunsthall Fluxus legend Eric Andersen produces an impressive drony sound wall on the large church organ at Nikolaj Kunsthall for our Samtalekøkken in April 2013. The performance was part of his own retrospective solo-exhibition in the former church in the midieval center of Copenhagen, where Eric performed in one of the first Fluxus concerts in Denmark during Festum Fluxorum in 1962. About the ArtistEric Andersen has been a pioneer in the field of performance art, installation and InterMedia and was one of the founders of the Fluxus network in 1962. Since 1960 he has been participating […]
NORPOL Works with Live Art Denmark 2013: “Teheran Mon Amour” at Hitparaden 1 2015: “Dette er ikke en forestilling” at Live Art for Børn 2 Teheran Mon Amour Norpol performed their own take of Margarite Duras’ famous “Hiroshima Mon Amour” at Hitparaden 1, as a performance about the situation of homosexual men in Iran today. It opens with the screening of a re-make of one of the greatest love stories on film: ”Hiroshima, mon amour”. But instead of a French woman and a Japanese man, two men –one Scandinavian, one Persian, occupy the leading roles. Just like in the original, we never learn how they met, as the story begins after […]
Essi Kausalainen Works with Live Art Denmark 2012: “I and other Letters” at Samtalekøkken 2015: “Carnation & Quartz” “Live Art for Kids” in Kristiansstad I and other Letters For Samtalekøkkenet September 2012, Essi presented “I and other Letters”. She begins, measuring and occupying the rather large, white space by rolling slowly all around it in an office chair. Later, she arranges some flowers in a vase on a table, whih she then drags diagonally across the floor. Finally, she jumps onto the office chair, this time lying stretched out across the arm rests, planking and speedily rolling towards the audience. A minimal work with a fascinating change of dynamics. Carnation & […]
Eva Meyer-Keller Works for Live Art Denmark 2007: “Death is Certain” at Berliner Luft 3 2018: “Sounds like Catastrophes” at Live Art for Børn (with Sybille Müller) Sounds Like Catastrophes For our festival Live Art for Children 2018, Eva presented an original work, developed with Sybille Müller and performed with six children. Sounds like Catastrophes is part of a series of works that intuitively research catastrophes. It examines the quietness and loudness of the gently increasing or sudden sounds we associate with catastrophes. As part of an initial workshop, children develop an orchestra of everyday materials and objects as sounding boards and instruments. Using these, they compose thunderous storms, blazing […]
Double Talk Works with Live Art Denmark 2010 Samtalekøkken at Warehouse 9 Double talk present a powerful mix of storytelling, spoken word poetry and electronic sounds produced with a single string. About the Artists Double Talk was a Finnish spoken word performance group, consisting of Seppo Pietikainen and Yrjana Sauros.
Divano Occidentale Orientale Work with Live Art Denmark2013 “ivetotellyousomething” at Samtalekøkken ivetotellyousomethingThe performance ivetotellyousomething lasted only for five minutes and took place in the tiny toilet of Nikolaj Kunsthal. Because it was only accessible for one or two spectators at a time, it was repeated continuously in a loop for three hours. Audience members are guided into the small, darkened toilet space, where occasional flashes of light and projections of cartoons reveal cheap plastic lamps and Hello Kitty paraphernalia. Kitschy violin music and sentimental Italian pop blare form the speakers as the performers approach each visitor individually, coming close, blindfolding them, touching … An exploration, as the artists declare, of […]
Dariusz Fodzcuk Works with Live Art Denmark 2013: Artist in residence with Live Art Denmark 2013: TTT for Samtalekøkken in Nikolaj Kunsthal 2013: 3 Performances for Hitparaden 1. TTT While in residency for some months with Live Art Denmark in 2013, Dariusz participated in several of our events. TTT was the title of the participative performance Daniel presented at Samtalekøkken in Nicolai Kunsthal. He opened by greeting each spectator personally, asking them for their names and handing out clear plastic bags. The ensuing performance consisted of a series of actions, and all involved one, several or all members of the audience. Constantly talking, running, touching people, he invited them to […]