November 18th saw the launch of our new 10 year venture: The Oops Festival. A celebration of failing and f*ck-ups through performances, music, events and workshops in the brilliant town of Roskilde. It was a day of inspirational talks and captivating performances, beautiful music and a wonderful, engaged audience. We are buzzing and full of ideas for the festival that is to take place on November 16. 17. & 18th 2018. Joy!
Performances by: Janne Saarakkala (FIN), Sofie Lebech (DK) and Jakob Bro (DK)
Talks by: Thomas Vigild (DK), Keith Gumery (UK), Layla Torres Mollerup/ TeaterKUNST (DK), Rui Laing & Rebecca Ribbing/ Museum of Failures (SE), Thomas Aaby Berdal/ I Will Cook For Food (DK), Oleg Koefoed (DK)
Supported by The Danish Arts Council and DJBFA
Photos: Meagan Roderique / @mroderique
Am very happy that I was able to attend the 2015 CIPAFestival in wonderful Nicosia. The ambition is to introduce international performance art to Cyprus, and raise awareness about the art form.
Curator of the festival Christina Georgiou and venue director Achilleas Kentonis.
The program included established and upcoming artists from among others; Greece, Finland and UK/Singapore. A well organised, well curated and well presented event radiating a warm, inclusive energy. And a very nice way to get to know the city a little better.
From the “dear” performance by Phedon Odysseos
This coming February a pervious performance is revisited for the LITT TALK Festival at Vallekilde Højskole. In collaboration with sound artist Thomas Burø and actor Simon Vagn Jensen I will give performative life to the powerful word of Maja Lee Langvad: Find Holger Danske. A hard hitting collection of poems about experiences of being an adoptee from Korea.
Performance: Feb. 8th at 5pm in Vallekilde Church. Hosted by http://vallekilde.dk/litt-talk/