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UPCOMING Performance

MEMORIAL TO THE ART WORKER, THE VANQUISHED AND THE SILENT

At: Litterature ExChange, 2020, Aarhus (DK)

 

 

 

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UPCOMING Exhibition

THE FEMINIST SUPERMARKET

Exhibition at Ormston House, Limerick, Ireland
Curated by: Mary Conlon and Niamh Brown

The Feminist Supermarket’ programme focuses on access, diversity and inclusion in the arts, and is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland Visual Art Project Award and the Limerick Culture & Arts Office.

 

 

 

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UPCOMING Collaboration

SERVICE ACT (Loving Care)

At my residency at Copenhagen Business School/CBS I will conduct research and host readings, workshops and discussions in order to transform notions of precarity, labour and economics into tangible artworks.

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ONGOING:

TRADE TEST SITE

– Artistic research platform (since 2015)

Test Site is an artistic research platform started in 2015 by Lise Skou with the support of Bonnie Fortune. Trade Test Site runs a public program of events and workshops; a test platform for trade and exchange; a school for home production and hidden economies; and finally Trade Test Site  publishes smaller booklets.

ONGOING:

THE ART WORKER
READING GROUP

Explores the issue of financial stability for visual artists. Featuring artists Fiona Reilly (IE), Kelly Lloyd (UK/US), Lise Skou (DK) and curators Sasha Rose Richter (DK) and Pamela Grombacher (DK/US).

The reading group kicked off at The Art Worker Event Series with the launch of the Art Workers Badge, a new project by Irish artist Fiona Reilly. The Art Workers Badge is designed to be worn by artists at their so-called “money jobs.”

The Art Worker Event Series was curated by Sasha Rose Richter and Pamela Grombacher.

(Logo by Fiona Reilly)

 

 

 

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WORK IN PROGRESS

Astrid Noack’s Place
– A proposal for a public sculpture

Casting of and replacement of the  floor of Danish sculptor Astrid Noack (1888-1954) 32 square meter studio in Rådmandsgade in Copenhagen. Here she lived and worked from 1936 – 1950