Hue/Boy Hue/Boy is Christiane Hütter and Daniel Boy, who are a part of the Invisible Playground network, which consists in six reflective practitioners working at the intersection of play and urban society – as game designers, artists, urbanists, curators, authors, musicians, scenographers and in many other roles. At the Prison (Fængslet) in Horsens, they developed several games and a LARP as a part of Horsens Happening. GET OUT OF JAIL, FREE? was one of them. The games can still be played at the Prison (Fængslet) in Horsens. Christiane Hütter aka Frau Hue was part of the second Hitparaden Festival.
Nosaj Thing Nosaj Thing (born Jason Chung) is an American record producer based in Los Angeles, California. He has produced tracks for artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi, Busdriver, and most recently, Chance the Rapper. Ha played at Hitparaden 1
Erik Pold Erik Pold is a part of Norpol, who presented “Teheran Mon Amour” at Hitparaden 1 As a part of Now and Again, he created the video “9 TO 5 IN 7,5” Erik Pold has also been a guest performer in several of Gob Squads performances. Including “Gob Squad’s Kitchen” at Berliner Luft 4: http://www.erikpold.dk/
Daniel Norback Daniel Norback is performing together with Henrik Vestergaard in 50 farlige ting at Live Art for Børn Nordkraft og S/H and many other places. He was the moderator at four Samtalekøkkener for Børn at Live Art for Børn in Skåne. We have also presented him in two wonderful performances with Norpol Read more here!
Rainham Sheds Rainhma Sheds: Kate Mahony, Jenna Finch and Rachel Dowle https://www.facebook.com/Rainham-Sheds-316329951881304/
Jørgen Teller JØRGEN TELLER has a long career as electric guitarist, vocal and electronic musician and released many records solo and w. Jørgen Teller & The Empty Stairs. He also co-labed/performed w. many danish and international players like Rhys Chatham, Fast Forward, David (Pere Ubu) Thomas & foreigners, Coal Hook (w Ron Schneiderman (Sunburned)), Jean-Francois Pauvros, Sofia Härdig, Otomo Yoshihide, Kasper Toeplitz, Jakob Draminsky, Kim Cascone, Lazara Rosell Albear and Bruno Ferro Xavier da Silva. STATIC TELLER at Hitparaden 2 http://www.jorgenteller.dk/STATICTELLER.html support:
Kluster Fuck With Tyt, Petang, HufSanders and Andrea http://klusterfuck.bandcamp.com/releases
J&K J&K performed “The Cave” at Hitparaden 2 Photos: Peter Lind The Cave is a tribute to the origins of art making and explores liminal states of human and non‐human existence and of becoming other. Over the duration of 17 min a stage is created as a living tableaux transforming the space into a temporary cave. Five distinctly costumed characters inhabit, explore and construct The Cave as they interact, handle materials and paint each other in a slow and yet dramatic choreography structured by light and sound. Performers: Linards Kulless, Christoph Mühlau, Philip Roitmann, Janne Schäfer, Mette Schwarz. Light on stage: Kristine Agergaard. Sound technical assistance: Matthias Wyder. […]
Frau Hue “WURST part of me – TO GO” was performed at Hitparaden 2 and supported by duckP (Dr. Martin Kleinschmidt), psychatrist and actor. Each one donates some blood and prepares a blood sausage (along a vegan recipie). An evening for all senses between the poles of veganism and vampirism, eigensolution-doping and self-destruction. Blood as myth and information carrier. And forgive us our… Some nomadic cultures just use their cattle’s blood. Future of nutrition or bloodless art? An evening to try and discuss. Frau Hue (Christiane Hütter), gamedesigner and writer, always been vegetarian, usually breeding a giant egg (firstname.lastname@example.org) and concepting games with Invisible Playground (invisibleplayground.com) Hue/boy was a part of Horsens […]
Frisk Frugt with orchester and Kim Grønborg Frisk Frugt is Anders Lauge Meldgaards soloprojekt since 2006. Fotos: Peter Lind At Hitparaden 2, he collaborated with Kirsten Pind Olesen, Kristian Tangvik, Lars Bech Pilgaard, Awimbe Ayagiba, Rasmus Kjær, Oliver Laumann, Thomas Eiler, Marie Eline Hansen and more people Visuals: Kim Grønborg http://www.yoyooyoy.dk/anders/2011.htm