WADDEN SEA SPIRIT
...is a working platform for dialogue and enquiry into the spirit of the Wadden Sea and its particular atmosphere in summer 2016.
The project was made by Maj Horn in collaboration with philosopher Carsten Friberg. Alongside other artist of different disciplines I featured in this production by creating and leading soundwalks on the island Fanø and discussing field recordings on different topics with guests on the ship that hosted the exhibition with its research material.
…brings 4 dancers, 1 musician and a 3×3 meter movable CUBE in interaction. The cube provides possibilities of interrelations between body and space that are examined in this project of David Pollmann.
Created in cooperation and performed by: Katharina Klaßmann, Luisa Saraiva, Katharina Sim, Paloma Thorausch, Simon Voigt
Premiere: September 2012, Pina Bausch Theater, Essen. Further presentations: Tanzhaus nrw (2012), Museum Kunstpalast (2014), Düsseldorf. no ballet 9th international choreography competition, Ludwigshafen (2014)
(best with earphones)
WOMEN WHO CHANGED THE WORLD
... is an growing series of portraits by the artist Agnete Brinch. I accompany Agnete's Artist Talks and presentations with original music that is inspired by and composed for the women in her art, like Karen Blixen, Hildegard von Bingen and Amy Johnson.
Find links to upcoming events on Agnetes webpage.
...is the first community art project of artist collective Coming Visible, a collaboration between Satu Kolehmainen and Simon Voigt. In August 2018 they present an interactive multimedia art exhibition, where the stories of the elderly are entangled with their own, creating a space of music, words and curious objects for the visitor to engage in and thus becoming a co-creator. The exhibition is made in collaboration with a nursing home called “Volskoti”, located in Kirkkonummi, Finland.
CEILLIDH BEYOND BORDERS
...is a project brought to life by the musical enthusiast and devil of jam session, Stuart Graham, who's vision it was to bless the farest corners of the world with the glee of Celtic folk music and dance. Our 9-headed band of strangers coming from SOAS London, Germany, Japan, the USA and Australia travelled through Turkey, Syria and Georgia in March 2013 to meet curiosity and kindness wherever we went sharing wine, bread and music with whomever could spent some time and space.