People & Interviews
It has always been an inspiration to me to speak with artists, performers, artisans and specialists in a specific profession. I have always been a generalist, a jack-of-all-trades, so I draw a profound interest in digging into the passions and expertise of people that excel in specific fields and disciplines.
This section is a collection of interviews with various people that I, and some guest writers, have produced going back several years—some of which were initially published on my other creative ventures like Blacklisted Copenhagen and Hustle & Move.
Cross-disciplinary artist Riccardo Matlakas has been using his art and performance to slowly chip away at the borders that we have drawn for ourselves.
Speaking with the two masterminds behind the promising new R&B soul project OWMI which has been permeating the streets of Copenhagen
Speaking with Italian multidisciplinary video and performance artist Francesca Fini about creating work to exist within a digital reality.
Speaking with Ingrid Tranum Velásquez and Pelenise Alofa about their performance Tekeraoi am Mananga! or Good luck on your journey!
The prolific Spanish artist talks about balancing the practice of his work. From the wilds of the streets and the confines of the gallery.
The ambiguous French artist explains his thoughts on turning the austere and archaic Bitmap into a vehicle for social commentary.
English artist David Mrugula is an architect and generative artist, and his work HATE IN-SITU pairs angry or hateful vocal expressions with generative design to create rather beautiful work.
Artist Claus Haxholm crafts a collection of work that explores the sculptural, auditory, and experiential as a part of an ongoing exhibition with Former Commodity and Sensorisk Verden
It’s an evening of the nomadic, as the Copenhagen-based ambulant collective Fanclub joins the now temporarily vagabond Dansehallenre for their latest iteration of We Are Dancers
In the third installment of the Former Commodity series, we see the exploration of the minute spaces between idea and execution.
Working from intuition, borrowing from nature, and drawing inspiration from Shakespeare, Bo Christian Larsson’s ‘Light Traps’ is another ambitious collection of work from the Swedish artist
AM Debrincat’s new collection of work ‘Hello Sunshine’ looks at what conventional techniques of figure painting means in the digital age.
One year after artist/musician Per Bloch hit the scene with an album that defied logic, he’s back at the workbench remaking it into something even stranger.
Speaking with the Chinese / Canadian song bird Foonyap about growing up split between two cultures and how a mix of classical training and rebellion has shaped her sound
Danish musical aficionado Andreas Pallisgaard takes his years of collaborative expertise and compiles them together of his recent solo album, ‘Easy Listening for the Hearing Impaired.’
Forsaking traditional live music structures, Danish musician Anders Holst takes his project Shadow Ray and follows more artistic practices in order to explore the limits of studio composition
Getting close to the elusive Hamburg-based artist, Volkano, to talk innocence and escapism in his recent collection of work
Danish Choreographer and co-founder of Recoil Performance group brings us her first chapter of choreographic works dealing with ecological sustainability.
In what she describes as her “anti-portraits,” artist Frederica Poletti works with obscured faces as a form of symbolism for defiance through anonymity.
Hypocrisy, tyranny and modern novelty will find no refuge from the discerning gaze of Serbian artist Aleksandar Todorovic.
To Italian artist Linda Aquaro her ‘Cronache di resistenza‘ series are a testament to the struggles of life, death and where they meet.
For artist Andrea Hauer, resistance comes from circumventing the modern for more folksy textile and craft based mediums to tell stories of struggle and definace.
Copenhagen’s Slowroom Contemporary and Vess Showroom team up to exhibit the paintings of artist Lolita Pelegrime.
As part of the Choreography in Action series, Danish choreographer Kitt Johnson takes a moment to speak about her fascination with existentialist themes and the baser elements of Performance.