Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen performance

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen performance

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen performance

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen performance

Marie-Louise Vittrup Andersen and Kasper Oppen Samuelsen performance

Marie-Louise Vittrup Anderson + Kaspar Oppen Samuelsen :

WHEN ANTS PLAY MAN TO SLEEP IN SOFT CONCERTS
26 June - 7 August

Performance organised by Agnes Nouaille and Play&Learn

We investigate a self-sufficient and performative community whose rituals and actions will be linked to spatial and temporary sculptures and architecture. An ´ad hoc´ community that has been reset and cleared of ordinary rules of social interaction, hierarchy, power and behavioural norms. A community where gender, identity and rank is subordinated. An ´atopia´ where boundaries like national identity are cancelled and the poetics of association play a central role. We are both occupied with improvisation and performativity and often we do not know how the works initially begun or where the narrative is going.'