Category: COPENHAGEN

Lene Bang Org.

Working in collaborative partnerships my aim is to develop the arts! That happens through production of concrete cultural projects, distribution of performances and development of artist. Lene Bang Henningsen (DK) is a creative producer and senior advisor working from the recently established platform Lene Bang org. Her passion and curiosity has led to various partnerships …

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Fors Works

Fors Works is the project formation around the choreographic work of Martin Forsberg. Forsberg’s work is made by questioning topics and contexts, turned into choreography. Stroking reality via theatrical awareness, the work is trying to question dance as an art form, through dance. Weather investigating the relation between feminism, DIY and taste (Comic Sans), the …

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Kitt Johnson X-act

DRIFT or drive photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen Mellemrum #1 photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen POST NO BILLS photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen FORUM HUMANUM photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen DRIFT or Drive photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen Stigma photographer: James Quah The Magical Sound Circus photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen Rankefod photographer: Per Morten Abrahamsen “Streamlined, balanced, evocative – you …

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recoil performance group

recoil performance group is highly acclaimed for producing visually saturated dance performances displaying the raw energy of the dancers. The group was formed by choreographer Tina Tarpgaard in 2003, and is based in Copenhagen. recoil performance group was awarded the Danish Reumert for Dance Performance of The Year with FROST (2010) and LIVING ROOM (2012) …

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Gazart

For a decade, Gazart and choreographer Tali Rázga has created critically acclaimed dance performances for an audience ranging from toddlers to teenagers. The repertoire is charged with a sense of carefree playfulness, poetic sensitivity and raw energy. Gazart’s performances for teenagers embody current topics of everyday life – what we’re all talking about, but don’t …

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