Work for Live Art Denmark
2017 Live Action Role Plays and various games for Horsens Happening
Hue/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 where invited to take the roles of prisoners in the former prison building, thus returned to its historical function. 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 their way back to freedom.
This and the other games developed by Hue/Boy are still available and can be played at the prison.
About the Artists
Hue/Boy are Christiane Hütter and Daniel Boy, members of the Invisible Playground network. It connects six practitioners working on the intersections of play and urban society as game designers, artists, urbanists, curators, authors, musicians, scenographers and in many other roles. Christiane, aka Frau Hue was also part of the second Hitparaden Festival.