INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART FESTIVAL BODY LANDSCAPES COPENHAGEN 2017

October 01, 2017

INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART FESTIVAL BODY LANDSCAPES COPENHAGEN 
3th to 28th of October 2017 in Verdens Kultur Centret

In collaboration with the Danish Art Foundation, Verdens Kultur Centret, Performance Køkkenet and the cultural advice of Liveart.dk, The International Performance Art Festival Body Landscapes Copenhagen, appears as a necessity to articulate the individual and collective memory of migrants based in Europe. The project will take place in Verdens Kultur Centret (Nørre Allé 7, Nørrebro) in Copenhagen, which is a cultural center that strengthens the cultural nexus of foreigners in Denmark. Through performance art, the invited artists will create a space of interconnectedness between foreigners and locals. 
The project constitutes of workshops and live performances where the participants will question and play with the idea of the migrant memory.
The project is divided into four parts that each last one week. In the beginning of each week, two artists will meet in order to organize one collective experience (workshop or creative laboratory) and one performance session that will be presented during the last day of the week. 
The artists will have the autonomy to propose the methodology most convenient for developing their own perspective about body and territory.
Everyone interested is welcome to participate in the workshops, and depending on the interests of the performance artists, possibly also in the final performance sessions.

Curated By David Sebastian Lopez Restrepo
Colombian artist based in Copehagen.

Some of the artists in the festival are:

Chuyia Chia (Malaysia-Sweden)
Rahman Hak Hagir (Afghanistan-Austria)
Mads Floor Andersen (Denmark)
Jessie Kleemann (Grønland-Denmark)
Ignacio Perez Perez (Venezuela-Finland)
Yong Sun Gullach (Korea-Denmark)
Ellen Friis (Denmark)
and the group “Urnamo” (Switzerland) with Ali Al-Ftlawi (Iraq) and Wathiq Al-Ameri (Iraq). 

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