By Fieldwork / Nis Rømer og Lise Skou
Exhibition: Gentle Actions – Art, Ecology and Action
At: Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo. 23 okt til 14 nov 2010
[4 montre i træ med collager, røde metalben, montre med tørrede og pressede planter, bøger og tekster om planternes helbredsmæssige virkning]
Hvad ville der ske, hvis lommer af sub- og modkulturer spredte sig ind i vores byer og bygninger og blev en del af byen; dens parker og planlægning?
A collaborative film project by Khaled Barakeh, Lasse Lau, Max Schneider and Lise Skou.
First part of the project was realized by travelling with a caravan through European suburbs from June 18 – July 5 2009.
Exhibited at Overgaden Institute for Contemporary Art, Cph. (DK), 2009
Landscape and Power # 2
[3 screen video]
By Field Work / Nis Rømer and Lise Skou
Exhibition: Land of Human Rights – Being Responsible for Resources
At: Rotor, Graz. 2009
Curated by: Kolya Abramsky
Contributions to the human rights discourse seen from the vantage point of art.
My land, My Water
Landscape is not simply an object to be looked at, but an instrument of cultural force, a central tool in the creation of national identities and the construction of power. Landscapes exert a subtle power over people, eliciting a broad range of emotions and meanings. The images in this film seem so familiar. We all know them and we have an impression of these sites even if we have never been there. [A two-channel videoinstallation. 20:00 minutes]
Exhibition: Green Art – Waterways, 2008
At: Salo Museum of Contemporary Art, Salo (FI)
Parade, poster campaign, seminar and exhibition at COP15
By: Field Work / Nis Rømer and Lise Skou, 2009
At: Kunsthal Charlottenborgs
Curated by: Marie Gadegaard
“Environmental justice proponents generally view the environment as encompassing “where we live, work, and play” and seek to redress inequitable distributions of environmental burdens”
Landscape and Power
By Field Work / Nis Rømer & Lise Skou
[Installation w. 3 screen video, shelfs and posters]
Exhibition: Katastrophenalarm, 2008 at NGBK
/ neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin.
Curated by: Sophie Goltz, Christine Heidemann, Anne Kersten, Vera Tollmann and Ingo Vetter.
Free Culture Camp
Organised by Field Work/Nis Rømer and Lise Skou, 2008
FREE CULTURE CAMP is a 3 day camp. Events and talks will be mixed with performance, production and group works. It will be a live-in environment for cultural production, and exchange between academics, artists, social movements and a participating audience.
[Yellow signs at abandoned building site, poster with recipes for wild edible plants]
Exhibition: Public Picnic, 2007
At: Ydre Nørrebro, Cph.
Curated by PUBLIK / Nis Rømer, Katarina Stenbeck og Johanne Løgstrup
The Danish landscape has its own resources and its own invaluable gene bank. With their original DNA they grow in deserted buildings and places in the city, in our backyards and back gardens and breed as long as we …
Spaces between spaces
With Lasse Lau
The project examines the spaces between spaces that are the unintended by-products of urban and architectural design.
Exhibition: Mind The Gap, 2006
At: Gallery Smack Mellon, New York
Curated by: Eva Diaz and Beth Stryker
[Paths photographed in suburbs around Europe, created by human movements in space, transversely the path system incorporated in the city-planning of these areas.]
With Lasse Lau
Exhibition: On Secondary Cities, 2006
At: Rooseum Test Site, Malmoe (SE)
Curated by: Jee -Eun Kim, Ditte Lyngkær Pedersen and Christian Schult
[Large-scale banner of a human created path in the modernistic suburb Vollsmose (DK), architectural model the area, mirror]
By Swop Projects / Andrea Creutz and Lise Skou
Exhibition: Capital (It fails us now), 2005
At: UKS Oslo (NO). Curated by: Simon Sheikh
[Weight for pricing, lists on material intensity used for calculating the Hidden Flow Currency, price tags, exchange boxes]
Also at: Ruilen at Mediametik Fabriek, Amsterdam (2013), Solo exhibition Sparwasser HQ Berlin (2004).
By Andrea Creutz and Lise Skou
Psycholgical Operations investigates the unconscious influences and psychological processes leading to the formation of intolerance and stereotypical images. A series of workshops forms the starting point for an audio play and a series of dinner-napkins with quotes from the participants.
Exhibition: Minority Report, 2004 and LARM – Sound Art Exhibition, 2003
At: Installed in bars and cafés in Stockholm (SE) and Aarhus (DK)
Your Body as Capital
The iconographic figure of women in images of women is less a reproduction of
real women than a cultural sign producing femininity in what Laura Mulvey famously calls ‘to-be-looked-at-ness’ (‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’)
By Andrea Creutz and Lise Skou, 2003,
Exhibition: Women2003. Billboard exhibition in Cph (DK)
Curated by: Hanne Lise Thomsen
With Andrea Creutz
Extracts from conversation, New York, February 4, 2003. The conversation was recorded after we were released for filming Federal Building in New York City
[Audio visual installation]
Exhibition: Spheres of Valency
At: Galeria Jana Koniarka, Trnava, Slovakia, 2003
A project by Andrea Creutz and Lise Skou, 2003
Exhibition: Ideologia II
– Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art.
At: Röda Sten, Gothenburg
January 2003 we were arrested for filming the exterior of the Federal Building in New York City. We were released later that day. It was not discovered that we had also been shooting inside of the building. The footage was edited into the video part of this piece.
Exploring the territory. Questioning your environment
Workshop with two local schools, interviews citizens around the park, model for a new park in collaboration with students, posters hung in lampposts alongside walking and biking paths in the park.
Exhibition: Nye Spor i Nørrebroparken, 2002.
At: Public Space Nørrebroparken, Cph. (DK).
Curated by: Kirse Junge Stevnsborg
Who’s Next What’s Next?
Exhibition: Fundamentalism of the new order
At: Kunsthal Charlottenborg, 2002
Curated by: Judith Schwartzbart
Book by: Charlotte Bagger Brandt, Lars Bang Larsen, Cristina Ricupero.
Project: Poster campaign in New York and Copenhagen, two round-table discussions in Copenhagen and New York respectively focusing on cultural and historical bonds between different representations of “Otherness”, internet database.
Centre for Urban culture, Dialogue and Information
CUDI was established in an apartment in Vollsmose, Odense, in the summer of 2000 by Lise Skou and Lasse Lau. CUDI is a reaction to the medias representation of a reality that is in opposition to ethnic minorities. CUDI wants to change existing social norms to obtain cultural visibility and equality. Through formation of network CUDI wants to encourage and strengthen the identity of the area (Extract from manifest).