Tomas Lagermand Lundme (DK)

Tomas Lagermand Lundme Tomas Lagermand Lundme is educated from the Royal Art Academy in 2002. During his studies, he also crossed the writers schoon (Forfatterskolen), which is mirrored in his works as a writer of novels and for the newspapers. He touches several disciplines as a writer of novels for adults and kids, for the news, writer of radio plays, as a photographer and performance-, video- and visual artist. However, the diciplines are not sharply seperated but crossing eachothers and intervowen in new ways. At Samtalekøkkenet, February 2013, in an investigation of presence in a situation with an audience: “A is for Ape…”. With the actor Casper Sloth:

Thomas Altheimer (DK)

Thomas Altheimer Thomas Altheimer (also known as Tom Dane, born Thomas Skade-Rasmussen Strøbech; 1972) is a filmmaker, activist, comedian, conceptual and performance artist. He is an alumnus of the now defunct London Consortium (Birkbeck College) and holds a PhD in art practice from Goldsmiths College. He was awarded his doctorate in 2012 for the thesis “Fictioneering Rogues, or, The End of the Artist”. Altheimer is known for using his identity as a site for political experimentation and exploration. This work has led to a series of projects — so-called “parallel actions” — which seek to blur the boundaries between art and life. During the Presidency of George W. Bush, his work would […]

Terra Nova (DK)

Terra Nova Terra Nova is a group of full- and part-time performance-artists, who have been working together since 1999. The current artistic leader is Jens Bäckvall. Terra Nova works mostly with interaction with and manipulation of the audience in intimate one-to-one scenarios, either in public space or within specially designed installations. A lot of the work is concerned with different aspects of communication, existentialism and rituals as wellcollaborations with ngo’s to highlight socio-political problems and agendas. For Samtalekøkkenet february 2013, Jens Bäckvall and Christian Adelhorst Rossil presented their Open Source project in a lecture called “Like/not like”:

Tero Nauha (FIN)

Tero Nauha Tero Nauha studied at Lahti Art Institute (1990-1995), Poznan Art Academy, Poland (1995-96) and in Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (1999-2000). At the moment, he pursues a PhD in Performance Art and Theory in The Theatre Academy in Helsinki, Finland. For Samtalekøkkenet, December 2012, Tero Nauha will present a performance in his series about capitalism from a residency in a small polish mining town: “Life in Bytom”:

Søren Thilo Funder (DK)

Søren Thilo Funder Søren Thilo Funder (1979) graduated 2008 from the Royal Danish Academy of Arts and also studied at The School of Art and Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago. For Samtalekøkkenet September 2012, he presented “Rites of Passage (Keep alive)”: We also invited him for the Turku Biennial 2013, of which we curated the Danish participation under the theme of Idyl:

Søren Dahlgaard (DK)

Søren Dahlgaard Søren Dahlgaard (1973) studied at the Slade School of Fine Arts in London and graduated in 2002. In the work of Søren Dahlgaard, method is challenged though narrative. He incorporates a type of understated slapstick in his work. This is mostly apparent in his performances and staged photography series. He its mostly known for his works with dough, as the “dough warrior” and for his “dough portraits”. For Samtalekøkkenet May 2011, Søren Dahlgaard performed with dough:

Søren Berner (CH/DK)

Søren Berner Søren Berner has been performing and exhibiting since 2002. He is working in a cross-over between visual art, performance, music, urban activism and philosophy. His works have been presented at Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, Kunsthaus, Zürich, MAK, Vienna, Istanbul Biennial, Turkey, W139, Amsterdam, Overgaden Institute for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zurich, Artville Tempelhof, Berlin, and in many other places. For Live Art for Children 2018, he will present the work “Still Life”, where children can recreate their favorite meals for photographing in the style and fashion of the still-life painting of the 17th century. For Samtalekøkkenet October 2012, he played with the format and of letting the […]

Stuart Lynch (AU/DK)

Stuart Lynch Copenhagen based performance and voice artist LYNCH presents, vocal compositions, and text in this sixty-minute dance performance work. Charismatic, powerful and beautifully crafted the work is informally presented, easy to produce and suitable for dance, music and performance venues. Stuart Lynch played a part in the celebration of Antoni Artaurd i 1995 and “Looking for Johnny” 2003 For Samtalekøkkenet he performed the following piece: And for the first Hitparade he gave the Lynch Concert – ”Lynch closed the night with a breathtaking work, a virtuoso piece.” Edward Scheer – REALTIME: Australia – ”Artist Lynch is a god given choreographer, director and performance. The work is insightful, talented and stays […]

Stine Marie Jacobsen (DK)

Stine Marie Jacobsen Stine Marie Jacobsen works in a multidisciplinary way with performance, video, photography and text. Central themes that recur throughout her projects include cinema, gender archetypes, anonymity, death, violence, and mediation as a generic form. For Samtalekøkkenet April 2011, she presented “The Entity” with Ib Kjeldsmark: For Turku Biennial 2013 she created Idle No More, 2013, HD Video, 16’30. A videowork, where a group of strangers were invited to dine and have a conversation. Videostill: And for Now and Again, 2014, she created the videowork: “der den die die”