Live Art Danmark søger en ulønnet assistent i fire dage.

Vi søger en assistent for den tyske kunstner Florian Feigl 12-15 oktober på S/H.

Den tyske performancekunstner Florian Feigl har i flere år arbejdet med miniperformances for video, der varer præcis 300 sekunder. I denne workshop inviterer han børn og forældre med til at undersøge forskellige tidsopfattelser. Som far til tre kender Florian Feigl alt til børn, der skal ”baare lige..” og selv lover han tit at komme ”lige om lidt”, selvom det tager en halv time.

”JEG SKAL BAARE LIGE…” – workshop i performancekunst

Det er en enestående mulighed for at komme tæt på en af Europas væsentligste samtidige performance kunstnere.

Tidligere performances og videoer fra ”300” serien har været vist på teatre og gallerier i Danmark, Tyskland, Holland, Belgien, Frankrig og adskillige andre lande i Europa og USA.

http://www.florianfeigl.com

Workshoppen er en del af “Live Art For Børn” festivalen på S/H. Live Art for Børn er en festival med performancekunst for børn og voksne, der udfordrer nysgerrigheden og udforsker verden med Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussens performance MIKADO, Goodiepal&pals musikstue, Daniel Nordbak og Henrik Vestergaards 50 FARLIGE TING (ALLE BØRN BØR PRØVE), Örn Alexander Amundassons SMEAR og Florian Feigls JEG SKAL BAARE LIGE ….

Live Art Danmark blev grundlagt i 2004 for at udvikle miljøet for live art og performancekunst i Danmark gennem nytænkende koncepter og projekter. Siden 2004 har vi organiseret 10 store internationale festivals for børn og voksne, og over 40 andre events – Samtalekøkkener, bogudgivelser, video serier, symposier, residenser og mere indenfor kunst, kritik og dokumentation.  Live Art Danmark modtager driftsstøtte fra Statens Kunstfond til vores nyskabende arbejde med børn, og holder til på Udviklingsplatformen for Scenekunst (Otto Bussesvej 5a). Arbejdet vil foregå på S/H i Kødbyen. Se mere på www.liveart.dk

Skriv til info@nullliveart.dk eller ring på 40980979 (Henrik)

REFLEKTOR Light Festival is looking for volunteers

REFLEKTOR Light Festival is an urban light art exhibition – and a pioneering public event that explores the stories of light in our daily lives.

REFLEKTOR Light Festival showcase light art by upcoming light artists, designers and architects from Denmark and abroad. Fused with inspirational and explorative workshops, guided art walks and light talks, the festival provides the audience with a space for spiritual brakes, reflections, quiet contemplations and not least, new dimensions to and understandings of light.

The second edition of REFLEKTOR will take place this year amongst the wild growing nature and high treetops of Søndermarken, Copenhagen from 5-7 October 2017.

Behind the festival is a group of dedicated light geeks who are bringing their professional backgrounds in design, art, architecture and anthropology to the table.

To join our team raising to the challenge of putting light and art on the agenda we are looking for you! We don’t expect you to be there night and day, though we would love to hear from you if you want to lend us a hand with one of the following tasks:

  • General build up, take down and construction of the art installations: 2 October – 8 October
  • Hospitality, artists and volunteer coordination: 2 October – 8 October
  • Press, audience surveys and documentation: 5 October – 7 October
  • Audience guidance and information staff: 5 October- 7 October

Get in touch with us at hello@nullreflektorlightfestival.com – ideally before 29 August where we´ll be hosting an information meeting for all volunteers

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Best,
Team REFLEKTOR

Masterclass under Cph Art Week: Nástio Mosquito, Den Sorte Skole & Dark Matters

Mød den karismatiske og fremadstormende angolanske kunstner Nástio Mosquito i samtale med de danske sample-konger fra Den Sorte Skole og det visuelle studie Dark Matters.

Hver især sætter de nye standarder for hvordan hybride foreninger af lyd og billeder udfordrer verdenssyn, udvider perspektiver og ændrer attituder. Hør dem tale om de uendelige muligheder i grænsefladerne mellem lyd og billeder og den absolutte nødvendighed i at betræde ukendte territorier for at udforske og udfordre det kunstneriske potentiales rammer

Multimediekunstner Nástio Mosquito ?er kendt for at lave performances, videoer, musik og poesi, der mixer coole, kyniske, profane, intellektuelle, poetiske og vulgære holdninger. Centralt i hans arbejde er et intenst engagement i sprogets åbne potentiale og et ønske om at engagere sig i virkeligheden på alle niveauer. Hør Mosquito fortælle om den transgressive karakter af sin praksis, blandt andet den store performance “Respected Thief”, som han performer på Lille VEGA til åbningen af Cph Art Week den 24. august.

Sampling- og komponist duoen Den Sorte Skole?, bestående af Simon Dokkedal og Martin Højland, producerer deres egen musik baseret på tusindvis af samples fra hele verden. På dette års Roskilde Festival præsenterede de deres mest ambitiøse projekt til dato på Orange Scene: En surrealistisk musikalsk rejse gennem fortidige, nutidige og fremtidige lyde og billeder – hvor rituelle spøgelseskræfter og sci-fi robotter kolliderer og forenes i et audiovisuel ekstravaganza.

Dark Matters?, grundlagt af Lasse Andersen, opererer i krydsfeltet mellem arkitektur, scenografi, design og kunst. Via narrative og sensoriske universer, skaber de ekstraordinære visuelle illusioner, der sammensmeltes med lyd og rum. Dark Matters har siden 2010 arbejdet tæt sammen medDen Sorte Skole om at skabe visuelle universer til deres live koncerter.

Hør de tre forskellige stemmer tale sammen om de uendelige muligheder i grænsefladerne mellem lyd og billeder og den absolutte nødvendighed i at betræde ukendte territorier for at
udforske og udfordre det kunstneriske potentiales rammer

Masterclass er udviklet i samarbejde med Cph Art WeekDansk Musiker Forbund – DMF og Billedkunstnernes Forbund BKF

Moderator: Katrine Ring

Køb billetter her: https://billetto.dk/e/masterclass-nastio-mosquito-den-sorte-skole-dark-matters-billetter-211095

CHART – CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS 2017

CHART is the most innovative platform for contemporary art in the Nordic Region with 30 galleries from Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway and Sweden showcasing the best new works from over one hundred artists.

CHART was founded with the purpose to strengthen the role of the Nordic countries on the international cultural scene. In just three years it has excelled in offering a unique, open ambiance amongst artists, galleries, guests, supporters and collaborators endorsing both networking and new and shared friendships.

The 5th edition is our most ambitious to date and will once again be held in the historical Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ Kunsthal Charlottenborg edition is our most ambitious to date and will once again be held in the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Kunsthal Charlottenborg from 1 –3 September.

CHART is looking for you! Creating a fast growing event means we are busy (in a good way); and so we need your help.

The areas are as follows:

  • General build up/take down and running the fair: 14 August – 6 September
  • Constructing and carpentry for the art installations and architecture competition: 14 August – 6 September
  • VIP car service planning/driving: 30 August – 3 September
  • VIP relations: 30 August – 3 September
  • Press and communications: 21 August – 3 September
  • Gallery and exhibitor assistance: 28 August – 4 Sepember
  • Assisting on CHART SOCIAL projects with international renowned artists and curators: 21 August – 4 September
  • Bar staff: 30 August – 3 September

This does not mean you will have to be present the whole time. If you want to work full time or just a couple of days – let us know what suits you!

If you would like to be part of the team, send a mail to volunteers@nullchartartfair.com as soon as possible with a few facts about yourself and clear reference to the areas/teams where you want to work in.

We hope to hear from you!

www.chartartfair.dk

FERNISERING: Misaki Kawai – Romantic Melody og gruppeudstillingen Small Enough To Keep Me Happy, Big Enough To Keep Me Occupied

V1 Gallery og Eighteen er stolte af at kunne præsentere to nye udstillinger i vores gallerier:

FERNISERING: FREDAG 11. AUGUST 2017. KL: 17.00 – 22.00. UDSTILLINGSPERIODE: 12. AUGUST – 9. SEPTEMBER 2017.

Romantic Melody af Misaki Kawai i V1 Gallery 

Misaki Kawai har i de sidste måneder opholdt sig i et atelier på Christianshavn og skabt en intens og dynamisk udstilling om relationer.

Small Enough To Keep Me Happy, Big Enough To Keep Me Occupied i Eighteen

Morgan Blair, Daniel Boccato, Charlotte Develter, MacGregor Harp, Antwan Horfee, Dan Mandelbaum, Neil Raitt, Mike Redmond & Faye Coral Johnson og Alexandros Vasmoulakis. Kurateret af vores kunstner Jon Pilkington.

En eklektisk sammensætning af værker der både udfordrer og går i dialog. En gruppe dynamiske kunstnere, der er løst vævet sammen af gensidig inspiration.

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V1 Gallery: Misaki Kawai – Romantic Melody

Eighteen: Group exhibition – Small Enough To Keep Me Happy, Big Enough To Keep Me Occupied

Hvis I ønsker at komme i kontakt med kunstnere eller modtage uddybende information eller billedmateriale, er I meget velkomne til at kontakte os på: mail@nullv1gallery.com.

Alle er velkomne til ferniseringen. Vi håber at se jer.

V1 Gallery / Eighteen

 

Invisible Heritage: Fernisering

Vi inviterer til fernisering af udstillingen ”Invisible Heritage” onsdag d. 7. juni fra kl. 17. Udstillingen er kurateret af Monica Marin fra St. Croix og præsenterer samtidskunstnere fra De Amerikanske Jomfruøer. På udstillingen kan der opleves værker af: La Vaughn Belle, David Berg, Janet Cook-Rutning, Jon Euwema, Oceana James, Gerville Larsen, Ellingtorn Robinson og Niarus Walker.

Udstillingen er kurateret af Monica Marin i anledning af 100året for Jomfruøernes overdragelse til USA. Med værker af ni forskellige samtidskunstnere sættes der fokus på den caribiske lokalkultur og de fortrængte fortællinger fra det tidligere Dansk Vestindien, der ved salget i 1917 blev en koloni under USA. Det danske perspektiv på fortællingen har førhen været dominerende og dermed har de rige bidrag fra den afrocaribiske kultur ligget i den blinde vinkel og er blevet fortrængt.

Torsdag d. 8. juni kl. 20.00 introducerer dokumentaristen Johanna Bermudez-Ruiz filmen ”Sugar Pathways”. Filmen vises og der er samtale med kunstneren efterfølgende.

Fotokredit: Oceana James, “For Gowie the Deceitful Fellow”. Foto af Sarene Brumant

Conference: ‘Where Photography Belongs’ / Copenhagen Photo Festival

Conference arranged by Copenhagen Photo Festival and PhD Art historian Charlotte Præstegaard Schwartz in collaboration with The National Museum of Photography, the Royal Danish Library.

The production of communities and the experience of solidarity and belonging within historical and contemporary photography.

The conference aims to investigate various intersections of the photographic medium and human communities. It poses questions to photography as a meaning-maker in the creation of communities; to how communities are being represented and reshaped by artistic practices; how experiences of belonging and solidarity have been formed by photography historically and in our contemporary life. With examples of empirical analysis, research based art practices and theoretical insight the conference will point to where photography belongs today in an increasingly community-based society.

Since its beginning photography has been an instrument for social control and consumption, as it can be experienced in family and passport photographs with a considerable notion of issues about exclusions and inclusions. In the 21st century photography has gained momentum as a highly influential medium in our public and private life as it is circulating and in fact constituting both public political and social networks as seen in youth culture, uprisings, protests and fake news.

The conference makes a critical interrogation into the role of photography both as an aesthetic and political image and as a pervasive technology that affects our environments and possible futures; the way we are thinking and feeling; our relation to space and time, and also the way we gather, come together and create conflictual, imaginary, and temporary communities in political, social and private spaces.

PROGRAM:

10.00am-10.15am  Arrival and morning coffee

10.15am-10.30am Welcome by Sarah Giersing, Head of The National Museum of Photography, the Royal Danish Library and Charlotte Præstegaard Schwartz, PhD, art historian and researcher, University of Southern Denmark

Section I: Artistic, Aesthetical and philosophical reflexions

10.30am-11.00am keynote Daniel Rubinstein, Editor of the journal ‘Philosophy of Photograph’ and Course Leader of MA Photography at Central Saint Martins, London

11.00am-11.30am Christian Vium, Danish artist and Post.doc. School of Culture and Society, Department of Anthropology, Aarhus University

11.30am-11.40am Reflection and dialog with the speakers and moderator Mette Sandbye, Professor in Photography, Head of Department Art and Cultural Studies, Copenhagen University

11.40am-11.50am Pause

11.50am-12.20pm keynote Joanna Lowry, leader of the Photography MA and the Photography, Moving Image and Sound programme, University of Brighton

12.20pm-12.50pm keynote Esther Shalev-Gerz, artist based in Paris

12.50pm-1.10 pm Reflection and dialog with the speakers and moderator Mette Sandbye

1.10pm-1.50pm LUNCH

Section II: Artistic and curatorial reflexions

1.50pm-2.30pm Dialog in the exhibition Blind Spots. Image of the Danish West Indies colony, The National Museum of Photography with Mette Kia Krabbe Meyer, Senior Researcher, the Royal Danish Library and Danish artist Nanna Debois Buhl

2.30pm-3.00pm keynote Karen Irvine, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago

3.00pm-3.30pm keynote Kim Knoppers, Curator, FOAM

3.30pm-4.00pm Reflection and dialog with the speakers and moderator Charlotte Præstegaard Schwartz

Time to sum up and to say thanks and goodbye

Place: Karen Blixen Salen, The National Museum of Photography, The Royal Library, Copenhagen

Price: 300 DKK incl. treats and admission to the exhibition ‘Blind Spots’. Sign up before the 2nd of June. Limited amount of tickets available.

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ÅBEN DIALOG I DANSEHALLERNE

MEET, EAT & TALK

Meet, Eat and Talk / Foto: Camilla Bølling
Meet, Eat and Talk afholdes nu for sidste gang i denne sæson / Foto: Camilla Bølling

Kig forbi, få en snack og en snak med Dansehallernes kunstneriske leder og direktør Efva Lilja om dans, koreografi og kunst. Det er en god mulighed for at komme ind under huden på kunstarten under afslappede former.

Målet er føre en aktiv dialog om koreografisk scenekunst og dens betydning i samfundet – i direkte dialog med dig, jer og vores omverden og på den måde udvikle viden og øge bevidstheden om kunst og dens betydning.

INFO
8. juni 2017 / kl. 18 – ca. 19 / Dansehallerne, Bohrsgade 19, 1799 Kbh V

Der vil være lidt snacks og en forfriskning.
OBS: Vi holder dialogen på engelsk, hvis der er deltagere, der er engelsksproget.

Tilmelding ikke nødvendig. Du dukker bare op. Det foregår i foyeren.

Læs mere: http://www.dansehallerne.dk/forestilling/meet-eat-and-talk-7/