Nicolas Puyjalon (FR)

Nicolas Puyjalon Born in 1983 in France, Nicolas Puyjalon lives and works in Berlin. At Live Art for Børn 2 he presented three works Using the theatrical language, he emphasizes the meditative properties of sound and of images and brings the artist closer to the audience. His works are plunging the spectators in a contemplative environment and give them the sensation of being suspended in an unknown reality.   http://cargocollective.com/nicolaspuyjalon

Joachim Hamou (FR)

Joachim Hamou Work for Live Art Denmark 2014: Video “Frame By Frame” for Now and Again Frame By Frame Joachim Hamou contributed with the site-specific video “Frame by Frame” to Now and Again, our series of performance for video. The full title of the work was “Frame by frame – death by drowning – step by step – doubt by numbers – in your analysis” and it was exhibited on an iPad parallel to a photo exhibition by Photographic Center [On the Go] at Nikolaj Kunsthal. Joachim used video footage found on the Internet of a rat running on an escalator that moves in the opposite direction. The rat can’t […]

Open Source Food

Open Source Food Open Source Food was initiated by André Amtoft (DK/US) and Arendse Krabbe (DK/FR) in 2010. Both work within various collaborative and interdisciplinary constellations. They engage a wide variety of media and often take a conceptual and educational approach to sociologically informed themes. For Samtalekøkkenet, April 2011, they presented their work and served a meal: http://opensourcefood.info/

Anaïs Héraud (FR)

Anaïs Héraud Works with Live Art Danmark 2013: Dawdle, Hitparaden 1 “Dawdle”In English, to “dawdle” means to move aimlessly. The pronunciation is somewhat similar to the french word “dodeliner”, to nod one’s head slowly from one side to the other, like when following the rhythm of a song. Anaïs made a series of performancces all titled “Dawdle”, and each is a performative mind-map of desire. In the the captivatingly slow development of the Copenhagen edition, her body dialogues with materials like cinder blocks and dawdling dildos, and finally she buries love songs in soil. Anaïs explains: “For this performance, I’m working with erotic objects of mass production. I believe that […]