Georg Klein (DE)

Georg Klein (DE) As part of our Horsens Happening, Georg transformed a store in Hospitalsgade into the office of an organization called the European Border Watch. Citizens were invited to observe segments of the European exterior borders via webcam to help curb illegal imigaration. The system was inspired by an actually existing citizen’s watch of a part of the US-Mexican border in Texas and supported by an almost official looking website that can still be visited here. Documentation of the work in Horsens: “Kunstnergruppe bruger falske nyheder”, februar 2017, DR P1. “Horsens Happening (24 pages)”, vinterferien 2017, Horsens Folkeblad. Recording of “Borger møde” from the last day: About the Artist […]

Hue/Boy (DE)

Hue/Boy  Work for Live Art Denmark2017 Live Action Role Plays and games for Horsens Happening The GamesHue/Boy developed a series of site specific games, one of them a Live Action Role Play (LARP) for the former Prison (Danish Fængslet) of Horsens as part of our festival Horsens Happening. In “Get Out of Jail, Free?”, curious kids and grown-ups experienced the former prison building in its historical function, and they were the prisoners. In a performance without peformers, the prisoners had to sneak past attentive prison guards through different rooms of the prison and steal a key to make it to freedom. This and the other games developed by Hue/Boy are […]

Jeannette Ehlers (DK)

Jeannette Ehlers (DK) Work for Live Art Denmark 2016: “Black Matter” at Live Art for Børn in Aalborg Black Matter Jeannette Ehlers showed “Black Matter” at Live Art for Børn 2016 in Ålborg. The piece consists of a series of black and white photos, projected on a  screen and a large balloon that is slowly inflated in front of it. Like brief flashes of memory, moving and changing with the movement of the balloon, images of black struggle, covers of records of black artists and, most of all, an almost endless stream of portraits of black women and man, flow before the viewers eyes, in the darkened space. The piece […]

Eilidh MacAskill (UK)

Ivor MacAskill Works with Live Art Denmark2016 Gendersuarus Salon at Live Art for Børn Gendersaurus SalonIvor brought a T-shirt workshop to the festival, conducted together with Carl Michael Richardt and part of the larger Gendersaurus Rex project. Together with their participants, they explored how and what clothes says about who you are. They discussed questions like: What if you cannot choose for yourselves what your clothes say about you? Some clothing stores have not many options – pink for girls, blue for boys, princesses or pirates, flowers or trucks. But colors are just colors and things are just things. So why should our clothes be allowed to decide who we […]

Kabir Carter (US)

Kabir Carter Work for Live Art Denmark 2011: Performance for Mary Paterson’s workshop. Performance Kabir created a sound performance in the context of our first seminar on  performative writing with Mary Paterson. His work, a soundpiece featuring live processing of sounds picked up from the building of Warehouse 9 where the seminar took place, was reviewed directly during the process by Mary and participants of her workshop. About the Artist Kabir Carter’s work moves between performance and installation, and has been exhibited and featured at Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana (2011); PiST Interdisciplinary Project Space, Istanbul (2011); the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, New York (2011); Inter […]

Martin O’Brien (UK)

Martin O’Brien Work for Live Art Denmark2014: “Breathe for me”, Samtalekøkken at “It’s about time”, Dansehallerne Breathe for meMartin showed the three hour durational piece “Breathe for me” as part of our Samtalekøkken at “It is about time” at Dansehallerne. “Breathe for Me” considers the nature of the regulated chronically ill body. It began with Martin cutting the shape of lungs onto his chest and performing physiotherapy in order to cough mucus into thirty specimen jars which adorn the edges of the catwalk. This was followed by a number of actions moving up and down a catwalk: wearing a re-breathe hood (BDSM mask for breath restriction), crawling with thirty needles […]

Heidi Hove (DK)

Heidi Hove Works for Live Art Denmark 2013: Installation at the Museum of History & Contemporary Art – Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova, Turku, Finland. Heidi Hove was one of three Danish artists Live Art Denmark curated for the Turku Biennial 2013. For her installation, Heidi Hove was inspired by the past – by the archeaological fragments exhibited in Aboa Vetus and two childhood memories. One was a piece of glass from her childhood garden, which hurt her foot. The other is about her granddad, a farmer, who collected all the stones he found in the ground. In her installation, Heidi exhibits pieces of glass and porcelain from her childhood […]

Victoria Stanton (CAN)

Victoria Stanton (CA) Victoria Stanton (Montreal, Canada) is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher/curator/educator who works with live action, human interaction, video, film, photo, drawing, and writing. Her time-based work includes performance for stage, performance for the camera, actions in public spaces, and one-on-one encounters in intimate contexts. Investing a performative presence and consciousness within multiple spaces/times, she continuously underscores the complex aspects of “transaction” and the possibility for transformation. Considered a pioneer of transactional practices in Quebec, Stanton has presented exhibitions, performances, infiltrating actions, and films/videos in Canada, the U.S., Europe, the U.K., Australia, Japan and Mexico. https://bankofvictoria.com For the festival “Live Art for Children 2018″, she presented the work “Full […]

Alison Knowles (US)

ALISON KNOWLES (US) Works by Live Art Danmark: 2018: “Make a Salad” at Live Art for Children “Make a Salad” 100 people work together to make a delicious salat! For the 2018 edition of our festival Live Art for Children, we recreated a famous Fluxus work by Alison Knowles. She performed her score Proposition #2, Make a Salad for the first time in London 1962, and we recreated the work in Odense 2018, mixing and eating more than 100 kg of salad with a large group of adults and children. About the artist Alison Knowles (born 1933) is an American visual artist known for  installations, performances, soundworks, and publications. Knowles […]

Vittorio Osvaldo Tommasini (IT)

Vittorio Osvaldo Tommasini (IT) also called “Farfa” (1879-1964), was a futurist poet and painter. In the futurist cookbook (1930), he has this recipe: “A one-man-show on the internal walls of the stomach consisting of free-form arabesques of whipped cream sprinkled with lime-tree charcoal. Contra the blackest indigestion. Pro the whitest teeth.” In our festival Live Art for Children 2018, you are invited to paint your own internal painting by digesting coal and cream!