Theory

On this page we share books and theoretical articles about our work, written by us or people from our network . All articles express the positions of their authors, that might not be shared by Live Art Danmark.

New

Overgaard Hansen, Kamma. BØRNEPENGE (Children’s Money. On Trade as Network-Building Activity, Special Monies, and Children as Consumers in Forschungstheaters Kinderbank).Kultur & Klasse Nr. 124: Handel, 2017. Danish, includes English abstract.

Peters, Sibylle. Study Room Guide on Live Art and Kids. London: LADA, 2017. A Study Room Guide by the artist and researcher Sibylle Peters looking at key issues and works in relation to Live Art by, for, and with, children. English.

2014

Friis, Ellen. Six Saints, 2008-2013. Kopenhagen: Forlaget Gruppe Press, 2014. Six Saints 2008-2013 is a series of six performative works inspired by six Danish researchers, scientists and thinkers, who investigated matters of light, energy and time. Detailed project description. English.

Vestergaard, Henrik. Zonkel’s Kanon. Kopenhagen, Forlaget Gruppe Press, 2014. From 2002 to 2012, Zarathustras Onkel – Zonkel for shor – was Henrik Vestergaards Alter Ego and performance group. In 2006, Zonkel begann a performative nvestigation of the official Danish cultural canon for works of performing arts, in the course of which he reconstructd all works that have been accepted into the canon. Detailed project description. English.

Harder Bak, Henrik, Hg. Live Art Danmark. Live Art for Børn. Pop up besøg. Forlaget Gruppe Press, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

2009

Friis, Ellen und Vestergaard, Henrik, Hg. Berliner Luft. Sure opstød fra de nedre regioner. Kopenhagen, Forlaget Gruppe Press, 2009. Contains: Vestergaard, Henrik. Berlin: Midt mellem Giessen og København.An inquiry into experimental theatre and performance art from Berlin 2004 to 2009.

2001

Vestergaard Pedersen, Henrik, Hg. Performance Positioner Mellem BilledTeater og PerformanceKunst. Gråsten: Drama, 2001. The antology deals with different theatrical theories; from recycling and new energies over equal dramaturgy to deconstructive and pragmatic philosophy. It adds a few chapters to Danish performance and theater history and has representatives from both the performing and the theoretical theater environment. The anthology spans in its content from soft poetic writing to delicate fragmented texts. With contributions by Kirsten Dehlholm, Gritt Uldall-Jessen, Steen Madsen, Niels Lehmann and Knut Ove Arntzen. English.