Future Studies as Interactive Performance

Din Fortid er Deres Nu, Vendsyssel Teater, October 2018 by Inga Gerner Nielsen in collaboration with TwLetteratura and RELATE, Art & Technology Aalborg University. Supported by UngAalborg KUL, KulturKANTens Talentlaboratorium and Hjørring Kommunes pulje for Nyskabende Initativer The project draws on the tactile interaction designs for sharing memories in the installation STORIES OBJECTS HOLD developed in collaboration with Madeleine Kate from Other Story. And on Sensing the Future, a new Future Studies


INVITATION Midt i maj, når trærnes skygger begynder at bevæge sig dybt ind i de lange lyse aftener, inviteres du til her at opleve to performances i Søndermarken: Til ‘FORTÆLLINGER I KILDEGROTTEN’, hvormed Inga Gerner Nielsen initierer en fælles fortællende bevægelse tilbage i de tilstedeværende deltageres egne livshistorier – med udgangspunkt i Marit Benthe Norheims skulpturelle bearbejdelse af Marie Villads liv og digte. Tilmelding nødvendig på kildegrottenevent@gmail.com til fredag d. 20

KINSKI – avantgarde cinema and performance art on the Danish countryside

At House of Futures we are well aware that visions for the future and ideas on overcoming demographic, ecological or national/international political challenges are not always created in strategic planning sessions. No, very concrete visions of the future will sometimes spring from journeys through unknown, yet strangely familiar landscapes; in a sudden strong sense of belonging to a place not yet created. This summer Inga G. Nielsen, one of the

Embodying Science in The Silver Frame

THE SILVER FRAME: At Science in the City The Silver Frame, developed by the performance artist, Michael Richard will unfold as an artistic basis for dialogue about the room and the way objects, bodies and knowledge behave and transform within it. Through performative interaction, the artist will guide the viewer in crystalizing materials and concrete questions as to how Art may offer itself as a perspective and method for Science?

One-to-one performance

Started by letting embassy applicants chose three out of a series of photos, which felt to have some kind of resonance in them. Based on this composition, we then performed a choreography experimenting with different objects, red and baby blue lights, rolling the participant in a wheeled arm chair around to see the imagery performed from/in different angles of the room.A work for the desire for instantly materializing a collective