BKF. Billedkunstnernes Forbund.

Service Act Series

Service Act # 1 – At your service, 2019
Performed at the conference:  New infrastructures of art,
Throughout the duration of the conference
Organised by Astrid Noack’s Atelier and BKF
Held at The Royal Academy of Art, Cph

Service Act # 2 – Cleaning the museum
Performed at: 
Manifest – Residency and Event Series.
Daily, throughout the opening hours of the museum.
At ARoS Public Nov – Dec  2019

'Feminist Supermarket' at Ormston House - Limerick, Ireland - 2021 / Photograph Jed Niezgoda - www.jedniezgoda.com


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

for Unfired clay, wooden plinth.

THIS WORK OF LOVE (at the back)
5 x linen each 155 x 200 cm, dyed with onions, berries and coffee. Bamboo sticks.
text excerpt

soil text


20 meters linen cloth, sticks, soil, wild growing herbs.
12 Performance Walk 2021
Site specific

In collaboration with Randers Kunstmuseum and Metropolis

Part of Walking Landscapes

kort ANA

The Value of Artistic Labour 

– A conversation between  visual artist
Hannah T. Anbert, Maj Horn and Lise Skou.


At: Kulturmøde Mors /Mors Yearly Cultural Meeting, 2019.

Organised in collaboration with Aarhus Visual Arts Center andBilledkunstnernes Forbund/BKF

Hosted by: Billedkunstnernes Forbund/BKF

Menus site Invis heart

Café The Invisible Heart


In collaboration with visual artist Andrea Creutz (SE)
At: Kunsthal Aarhus. August 2018


Rewriting Labour History

EXHIBITION: work work work

Aug 25 – Dec 8 2018

For the exhibition I present the installation Rewriting (Labour) History, which takes its point of departure in the major work Wealth of a Nation (1776) by economist Adam Smith. The work focus is on the lacking consideration of how unpaid work helps ensure wealth.


The Invisible Hand


At Fontain, Oct – Nov 2017 
– an exhibition celebrating Duchamps’ Ready Made
– 100 years after his Pissoir
At VK Samtidskunst, Videbæk
Curated by Line Sandvad Mengers



fight to the death
with clubs


A 5-screen video installation
Production year: 2014


We all suffer from capitalism, but refuse treatment


A reading performance produced for Systemics #3: Against the idea of growth, towards poetry (or how to build a universe that doesn’t fall apart two days later). 2014
Duration: 60 minutes

Also performed at Kunsthal Nikolaj, 2015.

adam smith for web

Adam Smiths’ Mother

By The Household Studio /
Bonnie Fortune, Sophia Seitz-Rasmussen and Lise Skou


Performance Lecture. 15 minutes.
Performed at “Schutzraum” – Thealit – Frauen. Kultur. Labor, Bremen

A collective still

A Collective Arrangement of 18 minutes

Manuscript for a play, video.

The piece came out of the idea of making a bodily re-enactment of two literary works. David Harvey’s ’Spaces of Hope’, 2000 and Charles Fourier’s ’Stammefællesskabet’, 1889. The manuscript combines the appendix in Harveys book ’Spaces of Hope’ with that of Fourier’s utopian vision for a collective society dated in the late 1900 century. A society in which the members experiment with the nuclear family structure, sexual behaviour, child rearing, living arrangements, economy and social forms of engagements.


swop projects, 2003 – 2011

By Andrea Creutz and Lise Skou


Swop Projects is as a platform for production and dissemination of materials and
ideas surrounding contemporary political, economic and social debate.

The projects visualize and communicate models for economic systems that function
as counterparts to the dominant monetary economy.



By Lise Skou and Nis Rømer


The work has been shown widely internationally
The Revenge of the Crystal, is a five-part fictional narrative set in the aftermath of the present financial collapse. It is a moment in the near future when the failing global monetary system has destroyed almost every institution, and the decay of society has become a habit where a few alternative visions exists. 


By Nis Rømer and Lise Skou / Field Work, 2010


Presented at: The Bucharest Biennale – On Producing Possibilities. Curated by Felix Vogel

Also shown at: Gallery Goloss, solo exhibition, curated by Katarina Stenbeck. Koldo Mitxelena, Contemporary Art Space, Valencia, Spain at the exhibition Historia Incomparatible