Kate Mahony (UK)

Kate Mahony Kate Mahony performed “Foley” at Hitparaden 2 Sampling traces its roots back to the technical experiments and manipulations of musicians and artists in the 1940s, finding its popular realisations in hip hop, electronic dance and industrial music of the 70s and 80s, Kate Mahony’s work is ad-hoc, transitory and lo-fi in production. Mahony devises works that respond directly to the exhibition or ‘gig’ at hand. Her practice is fueled by a sculptural sensibility and interest in minimalism, reacting to the architecture of the site and everyday objects, treating this information as elementary raw materials to make process-driven works that are spontaneous and question environment and situation. Kate performed […]

Louise Orwin (UK)

Louise Orwin Louise Orwin is an artist researcher living and working in London. Her work spans the live and the recorded with incarnations in performance, video and photography. She is pre-occupied with liveness, awkwardness, femininity, and masochism.  She is also producer and co-founder of Steakhouse Live, an artist-run organisation producing performance festivals making space for live art and performance in the UK. She performed “Pretty Ugly” at Live Art for Børn 2016, Nordkraft, Ålborg. Louise Orwin performed “Humiliation Piece” at our Hitparade festival, 2014:   www.louiseorwin.com

And many Others

Other guests: Francesca Romana Ciardi (IT), Thomas Dambo (DK), Nebahat Erpolat (AU),  Anders Benmouyal (DK), Peter Rørbæk (DK), Chez Debs (DK), Rachel Dowle (UK), Black Note (DK/FR), Julian Maynard Smith (UK), Zlatko Buric (DK), Nils Grøndahl (DK), DJ Jazzfrans & Odine (DK), Peter Tinning (DK), Louis Keidan (UK), Martin O´Brien (UK), Christine Borch (DK), Carsten Friberg (DK), Horwitz & Hess (DE), Svend E Kristensen (DK), Morten Koefoed (DK), Kathrine Karlsen (DK), Johanna Linsley (UK), Alex Eisenberg (UK), Diana Damian (UK), Maddy Costa (UK),  Rachel Lois Clapham (UK), Ida Marie Hede Bertelsen (DK), Katrine Dirckinck-Holmfeld (DK), Christine Fentz (DK), Værkstedet Værst (DK), Why Be (DK), Sune Petersen/Motorsaw (DK), Robert Kuzborski (DK), Alberto Lomas (ES), […]

French & Mottershead (UK)

French & Mottershead UK-based artists Rebecca French and Andrew Mottershead present Afterlife Woodland at Hitparaden 2. Afterlife was one of a developing series of works reflecting on the death of the body and its relationship to place and time. The work is an audio narrative that invites listeners on a poetic journey beyond their own death, and through the natural processes of decomposition in a woodland setting, compressing decades into minutes. Scientific Adviser: Dr. Carolyn Rando, Forensic Anthropologist, University College London. Voice: Tanya Myers Development of this work is supported by Cifas, Brussels. www.frenchmottershead.com

Adam Young (UK)

Adam Young Work with Live Art Danmark 2015: Samtalekøkken, Royal Theatre School, Copenhagen. On the sixth of June 2015, Adam Young performed at our Samtalekøkken at the Royal Theater School in Copenhagen. Or actually he didn’t. He performed somewhere near a park in Leeds. His performance was broadcasted live via Skype to our event. While Adam performed, there was dead silence amongst the young acting students. Many of them literally sat with open mouths – they had never seen anything like this before! Most of us concentrated on watching a good performance. Adam chewed a whole packet of chewing gum and worked with a big hammer. He had paid 34 […]

Sian Robinson Davies (UK)

Sian Robinson Davies We’re going to start with some assumptions, because that’s where we always start. However, we will try to get further, even if all we end up with is lies and nonsense. Sian Robinson Davies : Expectations Samtalekøkken 7 Sian Robinson Davies graduated from Goldsmiths Fine Art in 2007 and now lives in Edinburgh after a few years in Berlin and London, where her interest in the relationship between words and objects was fueled. Sian Robinson Davies graduated from Goldsmiths Fine Art in 2007. For Samtalekøkkenet, November 2011, she presented “Expectations”. Here, she asked the audience about their expectations to “performance art” and attempted to fulfill them: Read Politikken critic […]

Robin Deacon (UK/US)

Robin Deacon Robin Deacon “The Argument against the Body” at Samtalekøkkenet Warehouse 9 Copenhagen February 2011. At Hitparaden 2 he performed “WHITE BALANCE: A HISTORY OF VIDEO”, which is a performance by artist, writer and filmmaker Robin Deacon. The title White Balance refers to the process by which a camera is adjusted to account for differences in light, changing the relative strengths of colors to reach a truer sense of what is being seen. From the evolution of the video camera to meditations on discarded and forgotten videotape formats, the performance uses a series of outmoded vintage video cameras to explore how our ways of seeing and ways of remembering may […]

Valerie Kuehne (US)

Valerie Kuehne   Valerie Kuehne is a cross-pollinated work of chaos. Fusing together music, performance art, narrative, and experimental curation, she has systematically bifurcated her time between touring the planet, performing in as many unexpected settings as possible, and building a community for experimental music and performance art in New York City and beyond. For Hitparaden 1 she performed the following piece: http://www.valeriekuehne.com

Oreet Ashery (UK)

Oreet Ashery Oreet Ashery is a London based interdisciplinary visual artist, engaged in solo and collaborative practices. Ashery works across performance, still and moving image, objects, writing and facilitation to create situations that explore the relationships between politics, culture and representation. Ashery will frequently produce work as a fictional male character, those have included an orthodox Jew, an Arab and a false messiah, as well as public figures such as; Moshe Dayan, Ringo Starr and Geert Wilders. She presented herself at our Samtalekøkken   http://oreetashery.net/