Klas Eriksson Works for Live Art Denmark 2018: “McDonalds Odense” for Live Art for Children McDonalds Odense For our festival Live Art for Children 2018, Klas recreated a McDonalds restaurant, run by and for children. His “McDonalds Odense” was situated 200 meters from the real McDonalds and had the same menu and the same prizes. As orders were placed, kids would run and fetch them. But children are slow, they waste time on unproductive pursuits, play, ask questions – they are everything that a hyper efficient, optimized and commercial multinational company seeks to avoid. In Klas’ installation they demonstrated how to slow down commercialised fast food very efficiently. About the […]
Forschungstheater Works with Live Art Denmark2015: Children’s Bank at Live Art for Børn 2 in Ishøj (Denmark), Malmö (Sweden) and Landskrona (Sweden)2016: Premiere of 50 farlige ting at Live Art for Børn 32017: Kid’s Bank at Horsens Happening The Children’s BankAs a part of Horsens Happening we established the Children’s Bank in Horsens. Participating kids made their own money and explored what they could do with it. The project gives children and their adults multiple opportiunities to reflect upon the importance of money in our lifes. At Live Art for Børn 2 the Kid’s Bank opened in Ishøj (Denmark), Malmö (Sweden) and Landskrona (Sweden). 50 farlige tingAt Live Art […]
Daniel Norback Works with Live Art Denmark 2013: “Teheran Mon Amour” at Hitparaden 1, with Norpol 2015: “Dette er ikke en forestilling”, Live Art for Børn at Museum Arken/Ishøj, with Norpol 2016: Samtalekøkken-Moderator at Live Art for Børn in Skåne 2016: Premiere 50 farlige ting at Live Art for Børn Nordkraft, touring ever since, with more than 70 performances in all of Denmark! 50 Farlige Ting Daniel Norback performs 50 farlige ting, our smash hit for kids who like to take risks, together with Henrik Vestergaard since 2016. More than 70 performances to date, and still going strong. Samtalekøkken for Kids In 2015, Daniel moderated four special editions of our […]
White on White White on White aim is to investigate | criticize | affirm the identificatory process between WHITE audiences and WHITE performers on stage. White on White devotes itself with passion to the sight of the standard on European stages. In alternative to the concept of representation called multiculturalism, the series of the same name meets the question of appropriation/colonization of the so-called stranger with a radically discrete gesture: White on White devotes itself to WHITENESS. In 2009 Malmborg and Schmit launched their first duo work, White on White #1 – the rapyrus. The title refers to the script that was intended to become the script of the evening, […]
Olof Olsson At Samtalekøkkenet Olof presented “The history of Disco” At Hitparaden 1 he presented “Driving Blues Away” where we get to follow Bill Gates’ seduction of Olof Olsson’s girlfriend at Delhi and Heathrow airports. And Bill’s life (after extensive plastic surgery) as a pig – eating juicy grass in a mountain valley, and delivering milk to Toblerone (the Swiss triangular tax-free store favourite). In addition, we get the cultural history of chocolate, cola drinks, personal computers, sanitary porcelain, and the garden of Eden. Which (surprise!) all are related to each other– and to Bill Gates. The presentation is marked by Olof’s love and fear of language, creating comedy and […]
Line Skywalker Karlström Works for Live Art Denmark 2011: “(leaving) Nest” at Samtalekøkken 2014: “Kroppen der stak af” at Live art for Børn 1 2015: “Finding the Lesbian Leak at the Louvre” at Kulstof 15 (leaving) Nest (leaving) Nest, presented at Samtalekøkkenet in December 2011 was a new durational work, created for the occasion abnd running for three hours. We participate in a poetic, physical, semi-improvised ritual that moves between different installations, groups of materials and Nest, in the large open space of Carlsberg Hall. The work is based on the size and character of the room, animals and nature and materials. (Leaving) Nest is performed as a cleansing ritual. […]
Joakim Stampe Work for Live Art Denmark 2012: “Daddy’s Flag in Red, White and Fire” at Samtalekøkken Daddy’s Flag in Red, White and Fire After moving the audience to positions he desires, Joakim unfolds a large red cloth. Loud opera music plays while he places a bucket of white paint on the cloth, dips his foot in it and proceeds to mark the two white lines of the Danish flag by walking the length of the cloth. With the Danish flag completed, he moves to a piece of brown paper attached to one wall of the space, and paints on it with an invisible fluid. The lights go out, he […]
Albin Werle Works with Live Art Denmark 2013: “Sleeping in a crowded exhibition space” at Alt_Cph 13 “Sleeping in a crowded exhibition space” Albin Werle performs dream archaeology. He plans his dreams in advance and often extracts ideas for drawings and sculptures from them. As part of our performance program for the alternative art fair Alt_Cph 13 he installed a bed in an exhibition booth and exhibited himself sleeping in the middle of the bustling exhibition hall all day long. The video also contains an audience talk with Albin (sorry for the poor sound quality). See more of Albin’s works on his website and Instagram.