We’re kicking of mid-july in a wonderfully sunny Copenhagen with a graffiti-workshop for younger kids, Mini mini put graffiti 20th July and by guesting KOOL Attitude the same day, and then Vesterbro RAW, 4th August, with Beats & Ord.
Time to do some musical racing at Cat Eyed People’s Playground in Copenhagen, Denmark. On Friday 6th of July 5 pm the gallery opens with the musical installation Slot Car Music, and it is time to drive som cars again – racing with the small sounds on the slot car track. Looking forward to hear the sounds again and have a go at the track.
Love Peace Piece is running on the third weekend, in beautiful summer weather. Thinking about what ‘peace’ and ‘love’ mean was a journey of reflection. So many times we take for granted that the meaning of a word is the same to everyone you meet. To present some of the meanings and meeting people who visits the exhibition is a gift of bringing new levels of understanding. Love and Peace ❤ ❤
We have been working on our next installation, Love Peace Piece. The artwork consist of three parts; a sound-interactive sculpture, visuals with inspirational quotes and movement-interactive sound.
Wow – fantastic kids!
We once again got the great opportunity to participate in the International Science Festival in Gothenburg this year under the heading ‘Språkets betydelse för identitet och förmåga att påverka‘. Doing a workshop with the focus on language, political language and identity with a large group of youngster from 4th grade. The participants, 24 children and 2 teachers, started by analyzing posters from political parties from the election in Sweden 2014, and discussing the use of words as well as pictures and possible ‘hidden messages’. The kids were fantastic, clever and of course came with insights and shared them with each other. Then they made use of their creativity and put their own thoughts and questions in focus creating their own posters with questions that are close to their hearts, and that they think the political parties should address in this years election in Sweden. So clever, so much positive energy, so many things put on paper that are of utter importance for our society and environment – I wish the politicians of today would be just as brilliant.
With a twinkle in the eye, a pinch of sarcasm and a large dosis of observations and thoughts of the society and the age we live in we presented our new exhibition ARTFAAK on Thursday. The exhibition consists of large prints with statements written as reflections and maybe even self-help, accompanied by an eerie sound that can be altered by the visitor walking around in the room together with a voice repeating four of the statements on MP3-players.
We give you the film from our workshop in Bergen last sumer. Slot Car Music was part of Digital Technology in Arts Education at Western Norway University of Applied Science. This film is a snapshot of all the fun we had. Thank you Centre for New Media for all the work with it.