NB THE EVENT IS CANCELLED! Faraway Nearby - Tapas & talk with Trine Søndergaard and Mette Tafdrup Mortensen

NB THE EVENT IS CANCELLED!

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Experience world-class photography in scenic surroundings when Greve Museum invites you to tapas and talk with Trine Søndergaard on 3 June.

Trine Søndergaard is currently working on the exhibition "Faraway Nearby", which is the culmination of a multi-year collaboration between the photo artist and Greve Museum.

Friday, June 3 at 17 you can experience a conversation between Trine Søndergaard and head of Greve Museum, Mette Tapdrup Mortensen. Here they will explore the extraordinary meeting between the photograph and hidden objects in a cultural history museum. They also talk about how the many layers of memory and women's experiences throughout history have become the focal point of the photo exhibition. 

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NB DETTE EVENT ER AFLYST!

Oplev fotokunst i verdensklasse i naturskønne omgivelser, når Greve Museum inviterer til tapas og talk med Trine Søndergaard den 3. juni.

Trine Søndergaard er aktuel med udstillingen ”Faraway Nearby”, som er kulminationen på et flerårigt samarbejde mellem fotokunstneren og Greve Museum.

Fredag den 3. juni kl. 17 kan du opleve en samtale mellem Trine Søndergaard og leder af Greve Museum, Mette Tapdrup Mortensen. Her fortæller de om, hvad der opstår i mødet mellem fotografiet og gemte genstande på et kulturhistorisk museum. De taler også om, hvordan erindringens mange lag og kvinders erfaringer gennem historien er blevet omdrejningspunktet i fotoudstillingen.

Efter samtalen serveres hjemmelavet tapas med lækre økologiske råvarer i museets café. Her kan tilkøbes bobler, vin, øl og vand. I løbet af aftenen er der rig mulighed for at opleve udstillingen ”Faraway Nearby” på egen hånd


Helga Theilgaard: I ́m here now

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Helga Theilgaard's “I’m here now” consists of a photobook and an exhibition which will be shown in Denmark and internationally.

"With this work I wish to study the complexities and challenges I have lived through. The camera is an incredible instrument for revealing the human soul – the way it is reflected in a person’s face or in a landscape. When I first started out as a photographer, it felt like an explosion, and many of my photographs manifested themselves as sombre isolation and withdrawal from the world.

I delved into this emptiness and explored the darkness – not in the hope of understanding it, but in an attempt to keep my footing as the world inside me and around me was falling to pieces. But there were also times when I was unable to take photos. When I just let time pass. As a child I felt a close connection to nature. Every morning when I woke up, I would open the window and look out across the Limfjord. There was a forest at the end of our garden. When I walked between the trees, I crossed a threshold, where I could disappear and live in a world of my own. I often played on my own. But I never felt alone.

The soft breath of the forest spoke to me. I believe there is a boundary between our known reality and dreams. Between the day and the night exists a space where you can find elements that unfold into both worlds. These are the spaces I seek out in my photographs. Spaces that come to represent a state of mind or a memory of what once was. This is the reason why I have worked with nature as a basic material in my photographs. These photographs become a kind of memory."

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Helga Theilgaards udstilling ”I ́m here now” består af en fotobog og en udstilling, der skal vises i Danmark og internationalt.

"Med dette værk ønsker jeg at undersøgende kompleksiteter og udfordringer, jeg har været igennem. Kameraet er et utroligt instrument til at registrere menneskesjælen. Hvordan den afspejler sig i et menneskes ansigt eller i et landskab. For mig var det som en eksplosion, da jeg begyndte at fotografere, og mange af billederne manifesterede sig i sort ensomhed og afstandstagen fra verden.

Jeg dykkede ned i tomrummet og udforskede mørket -ikke i håbet om at forstå, men i et forsøg på at bevare mit grundfæste, samtidig med at verden inden i og omkring mig smuldrede. Men der var også perioder, hvor jeg ikke var i stand til at fotografere. Hvor jeg lod tiden gå. Da jeg var barn, var jeg tæt forbundet med naturen. Hver morgen, når jeg vågnede, åbnede jeg vinduet og kiggede ud over Limfjorden. I bunden af vores have var der en skov. Når jeg gik ind mellem træerne, gik jeg over en tærskel, hvor jeg kunne forsvinde og være i min egen verden. Jeg var ofte alene, når jeg legede. Men jeg følte mig aldrig alene. Det stille åndedræt fra skoven talte til mig.

Jeg tror, der er en grænse mellem vores givne virkelighed og drømme. Mellem dag og nat støder du på et rum, hvor du kan finde elementer, der åbner sig mellem vores verdener. Det er de steder, jeg søger i mine billeder. Steder, der bliver et billede på en tilstand eller en erindring på det, der var. Derfor har jeg arbejdet med naturen, som et grundmateriale i mine billeder. Disse billeder kommer til at fungere som en slags hukommelse."


Nina Sikkersoq x Ida Kleist: Sikkernerup Nalaa

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"Sikkernerup Nalaa" is a photo exhibition by the greenlandic photographer Nina Sikkersoq, who´s a graduate from Fatamorgana the Danish School of Arts and Photography. For this exhibition she is collaborating with singer-songwriter Ida Kleist, also known as Zika, who has written poems for Ninas photographies, in both Greenlandic, Danish and English. 

‘Sikkernerup Nalaa’ is about flourishing.

It’s about the formation journey which unite yourself with your origins and your history. Throughout this journey, we observe a young flower in bloom in moments when destiny and new discoveries is at play and are saved forever through images.

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Sikkernerup Nalaa er en fotoudstilling af fotografen Nina Sikkersoq som er uddannet fra Fatamorgana Danmarks Fotografiske Billedkunstskole. Nina er til denne udstilling gået i samarbejde med sanger og sangskriver Ida Kleist, også kendt som Zika, som har skrevet digte til Ninas fotografier, på grønlandsk, dansk og engelsk.

‘Sikkernerup Nalaa’ handler om at blomstre.

Det er en dannelsesrejse som forener en selv med sin oprindelse og historie. Gennem denne rejse betragtes en ung blomst i blomstring, hvor skæbnestunder og opdagelser fra sit indre foreviges gennem billeder – forklarer Nina om udstillingen.


Group show: You, me and I

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“As we choose to no longer stand behind the camera, we do still hear the shutter being triggered at our
release; but all our eyes can remember is that imprinted afterimage”
From Uncertain States Scandinavia, Issue 16

Today, unimaginable numbers ofselfies are being produced with our phones for social media - all those we see
and all those we never see.

However, the presentation of ourselves in photographic self-portraits is something that goes far back in time.
The first photographic self-portrait we know is believed to have been made by Robert Cornelius in 1839 and
several well-known artists began to use this form early in his artistic practice: Edvard Munch, Edgar Degas,
Andy Warhol, Ilse Bing, Francesca Woodman.

In the exhibition, the artists explore what the photographic self-portrait can do. The self-portrait is a tool for
staging oneself as a subject and / or object. It can be used to create persona, alter ego and symbolic icons. It
can be fiction, concept based and it can be personally documentary, skinless and honest like a diary.
By placing yourself both in front of and behind the camera, the artist can explore their own relationship to, for
example, family, history and heritage. It can help the artist to accept the world, time, the course of life and
own destiny, memories, themes, and emotions from one's own life. The process of creating self-portraits can
help the artist become better acquainted with the self both physically and mentally and thus develop the
creative sides and self-esteem. We see that the photographic self-portrait is a very powerful and used tool
today because it helps the artist to stand out, take a stand and stand by the self, gender, identity and existence
in our society.

​​Artists:

Charlie Fjätström (S)

Linda Hansen (DK)

Dagny Hay (NO)

Sunniva Hestenes (NO)

Aage A. Mikalsen (NO)

Jeleena Rai (NO)

Hans Jørgen Ro (NO)

Leonard Vincent Rode (S)

Henriette Sørland (NO)

Paulina Cid Tamara (NO/CL)

Nina Worren (NO/DK)

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“As we choose to no longer stand behind the camera, we do still hear the shutter being triggered at our
release; but all our eyes can remember is that imprinted afterimage”
From Uncertain States Scandinavia, Issue 16

I dag bliver der produceret uanede antal selfies med vores telefoner til de sociale medier - alle dem viser og
alle dem vi aldrig ser.

Men, præsentationen af os selv i fotografiske selvportræt er noget der går langt tilbage i tid. Det første
fotografiske selvportræt vi kender, regnes for at være lavet af Robert Cornelius i 1839 og flere kendte
kunstnere begyndte tidligt at bruge denne form i sin kunstneriske praksis: Edvard Munch, Edgar Degas, Andy
Warhol, Ilse Bing, Francesca Woodman.

I udstillingen udforsker kunstnerne hvad det fotografiske selvportræt kan. Selvportrættet er et værktøj til at
iscenesætte sig selv som subjekt og/eller objekt. Det kan bruges til at skabe persona, alter ego og symbolske
ikoner. Det kan være fiktion, koncept baseret og det kan være personlig dokumentarisk, hudløst og ærligt som
en dagbog.

Ved at pladsere sig selv både foran og bag kamera, kan kunstneren udforske egen relation til for eksempel
familie, historie og arv. Det kan hjælpe kunstneren til at acceptere verden, tiden, livets gang og sin egen
skæbne, bearbejde minder, temaer og følelser fra ens eget liv. Processen i at skabe selvportrætter kan bidrage
til at kunstneren bliver bedre kendt med sig selv både fysisk og mentalt og dermed udvikle sine kreative sider
og selvfølelse. Vi ser at det fotografiske selvportræt er et meget stærkt og brugt virkemiddel i dag fordi det
hjælper kunstneren til at stå frem, ta plads og stå ved sig selv, sit køn, sin identitet og eksistens i vores
samfund.

Med selvportrættet kan du nemlig skrive din egen historie. Og ved at vise det til verden, kan det fotografiske
selvportræt bidrage til at vi spejler hinanden og gøre os mindre ensomme og fremmede for hinanden. For det
er i os selv vi også kan lære hinanden at kende.

Kunstnere:

Charlie Fjätström (S)

Linda Hansen (DK)

Dagny Hay (NO)

Sunniva Hestenes (NO)

Aage A. Mikalsen (NO)

Jeleena Rai (NO)

Hans Jørgen Ro (NO)

Leonard Vincent Rode (S)

Henriette Sørland (NO)

Paulina Cid Tamara (NO/CL)

Nina Worren (NO/DK)


GRAND OPENING AT FESTIVAL CENTER

LET'S CELEBRATE PHOTOGRAPHY TOGETHER!

Join us for a festive afternoon to celebrate the opening of Copenhagen Photo Festival 2022!

We invite you to celebrate the grand opening of this year's festival at our Festival Center FRAME on Refshaleøen and celebrate the beginning of our 12th festival 2 June from 5 to 8 pm.

With a host of exhibitions expanding our knowledge on photography as the main attraction, we hope you want to join us for an evening brimming with great photography, people, talks, music and drinks in the afternoon sun!

The Grand Opening is a chance for you to meet our three solo artists, Hien Hoang, Alexandra Rose Howland and Krista Svalbonas as well as many of our partners from the Festival Partner Venues and the many creative, dedicated people from the Danish and international photo scene. 

At the opening we invite you to explore the nine exhibitions presented at the Festival Center. This year we will host two exhibitions presented by Odesa Photo Festival as well as exhibitions by our three open call winners. But we also host the exhibition Inside-Out curated by TOFU collective, the group exhibition A Female Gaze curated by Norwegian artist Charlotte Wiig, selected works by three talents from DMJX school of photography and of course our five Futures Nordic Talents Oscar Scott Carl, Inuuteq Stork, Tine Bek, Iben Gad og Luna Scales.

DJ SHYMAN will set the musical tone from 5-8 pm. The event is free and open for everyone – come join us for art meetings, drinks, talks and enjoyment!


Casper Aguila: Universal to all systems

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Casper Aguila on Sculptural photography 

Casper Aguila's latest project examines the arise and decay of sculptures.

By examining the steps behind traditional sculptures, often read as concrete physical and fixed results, Aguila tries to showcase the change of intentions and expressions during production.

Both self-created and found unfinished or failed results act as motives for Aguila's documentary studies of unpredictable results.

Casper Aguila (b. 1985, Denmark) Accademia Italiana, Florence. Aguila works with film, installations, sculpture, drawing and paintings. He captures nature and humans in delicate fragile situations with his both poetic and raw perspective.

Recent exhibitions include 'Future landscapes and monuments', 2021, Alice Folker Gallery, dépendance Bruxelles on Alice Folker with Linder, Thilo Heinzmann, Henrik Olesen and Philipp Haverkampf, Berlin (DE), 2020. 

Aguila's works have been shown at Copenhagen Photo Festival and Arles Photo Festival. ​Casper Aguila and Frederik Næblerød were nominated for the Art Critics Award 2018 (AICA Award) and awarded by The Danish Arts Foundation. His works are found in the collection of The Danish Arts Foundation.

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Casper Aguila on Sculptural photography 

I Casper Aguilas seneste projekt undersøges tilblivelsen og forfaldet af skulpturer.

Ved at undersøge forløbet bag traditionelle skulpturer, der ofte læses som konkrete fysiske og faste resultater, forsøger Aguila at fremvise ændringen af intentioner og udtryk undervejs produktion. 

Ufærdige eller fejlslåede resultater agerer motiv for Aguilas dokumenterende undersøgelse – det kan både være egne eller andres skulpturer, der i tilblivelsen eller mødet med omverdenen får uforudseelige udfald.   

Casper Aguila (f. 1985, Danmark) Accademia Italiana i Firenze. Aguila arbejder med film, installationer, skulptur, tegning og malerier. Hans fotografier fokuserer på at fange naturen og mennesker i sarte skrøbelige situationer, med et perspektiv der både er poetisk og råt på samme tid.

Seneste udstillinger omfatter 'Future landscapes and monuments', 2021, Alice Folker Gallery, dépendance Bruxelles på Alice Folker med Linder, Thilo Heinzmann, Henrik Olesen samt Philipp Haverkampf, Berlin (DE), 2020.

Aguilas værker er blevet vist på Copenhagen Photo Festival og Arles Photo Festival. ​Casper Aguila og Frederik Næblerød blev nomineret til Kunstkritikerprisen i 2018 (AICA-prisen) og udstillingen ’Off-Grid’ 2019, Alice Folker Gallery blev præmieret af Statens Kunstfond.


Group show: Skabertrang

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Skabertrang is a creative workshop for the mentally vulnerable in Copenhagen at Aftenskolen Fountain House. Created during the Corona period, to spread communities and creativity. The photography team ‘Foto med Nye Øjne’ has been one of the many creative teams at the evening school and here many students have opened their eyes to the wonderful world of photography.

 The works in the exhibition ´Mid-Space´ in the Social Flower Garden are the result of creative tasks and processes. The photographic medium plays a major role both as a visual expression, but also as a photograph of other artistic modalities such as painting, drawing, collage, sculpture and poetry.

The creative process creates a free space. In that free space arises the opportunity to express thoughts and feelings that are otherwise difficult to describe. In the common creative space offered in Aftenskolen Fountain House, you can work in small groups with teachers specializing in their subject and in the creative workshop Skabertrang, two artists/teachers are present. Here are spaces that are safe. Where there is no right and wrong. The communities here are spacious. It's ok to have a bad day and here you can share your story with others. Learning is in focus, because learning something new and expressing oneself can expand the horizon and lead to new paths in life. Here you are not alone.

The title ‘Mid-Space’ alludes to the spaces we do not see. The spaces that exist between objects, words and tones, between people and between actions. A kind of intermediate stage or invisibility.

We hope you enjoy the exhibition and the garden.

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Skabertrang er et kreativt værksted for psykisk sårbare i København i Aftenskolen Fountain House. Skabt i perioden med Corona, for at udbrede fællesskaber og kreativitet. Fotoholdet ‘Foto med Nye Øjne’ har været et af de mange kreative hold på aftenskolen og her har mange kursister fået øjnene op for fotografiets forunderlige verden. 

Værkerne i udstillingen ´Mellem-Rum´ i Den Sociale Blomsterhave er resultatet af kreative opgaver og processer.  Det fotografiske medie spiller en stor rolle både som visuelt udtryk, men også som en affotografering af andre kunstneriske modaliteter som maleri, tegning, collage, skulptur og poesi. 

 Den kreative proces skaber et frirum. I det frirum opstår muligheden for at udtrykke tanker og følelser, som ellers er svære at beskrive. I det fælles kreative rum i Aftenskolen Fountain House kan der arbejdes på mindre hold med undervisere specialiseret i deres fag og i det kreative værksted Skabertrang er to kunstnere/undervisere til stede. Her er rum der er trygge. Hvor der ikke er rigtigt og forkert. Fællesskaberne er rummelige. Det er ok at have en dårlig dag og her kan man dele sin historie med andre. Fagligheden er i fokus, for det at lære noget nyt og udtrykke sig kan udvide horisonten og fører til nye veje i livet. Her er man ikke alene.

Titlen ‘Mellem-Rum’ hentyder til de rum, vi ikke ser. De rum der er mellem objekter, ord og toner, mellem mennesker og mellem handlinger. En slags mellem stadie eller usynlighed.

Vi håber du nyder udstillingen og haven.

Alle på Skabertrang, kursister på Aftenskolen Fountain House, Skoleleder Henriette Bundgaard, kunstner og underviser Henriette Lykke, kunstner og underviser Ania Arturo.


Malene Jorck Heide-Jørgensen: Fra Høstakken

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The holder of the antiquarian Second Beat Nils Rolfgaard has invited visual artist Malene Jorck Heide-Jørgensen to curate his window exhibition during Copenhagen Photo festival 2022. Here, Malene's photogram Fra Høstakken (From the haystack) will be shown surrounded by selected L’P’s and literature from the antiquarian. Second Beats window section is a small exhibition space yet it is an almost perfect allegory of aphotograph.

There will a presentation of the exhibition on Thursday, June 2nd., 17:00 til 20:00.

The photogram From Høstakken (From the haystack) is part of a series of cyanotypes initiated during a residency in the Faroe Islands, where the harvest on the surrounding grasslands took place simultaneously with the artist's image production in the workshop. The performative qualities of the harvest were the starting point for Malene Jorck Heide-Jørgensen's continued studies of the emergence of images in public spaces. She is curious about Copenhagen's many different types of urban spaces as a potential framework for the exchange and experience of visual art. The viewer can see the exhibition as passers-by, as random pedestrians or as active photo enthusiasts.

Poaceae (Gramineae) or just grass is a large botanical family of seedlings with about 9000 species that occur worldwide. Grass feeds more animals than any other plant on the planet. Grass is a symbol of the natural and the lush, but also the transient and the humble.

And grass is widely used as a plant species - and symbol in literature, poetry and sound. As hay, grass has undergone a breeding process. In the photogram From Høstakken (From The Haystack), writing, sound and image are connected in the shadows of the individual grass blades.

The serie Hø, of which the picture From Høstakken (From The Haystack) originates, was shown to an audience for the first time in 2019 in the defunct Gallery Skovlandet in Skørping's old station building.

Second Beat by Nils Rolfgaard is an antique shop located in outer Nørrebro since 2005.

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Second Beat har overdraget sit vinduesparti til billedkunstner Malene Jorck Heide-Jørgensen under Copenhagen Photo festival 2022. Her vil Malenes fotogram Fra Høstakken vises omgivet af udvalgte lp’er og litteratur fra antikvariatet. Second Beats vinduesparti er en lille udstillingsplatform. Det er en næsten perfekt allegori på fotografiet selv.

Præsentationen af udstillingen afholdes torsdag, den 2. juni, kl. 17:00 til 20:00

Fotogrammet Fra Høstakken er del af en serie cyanotopier initieret under et arbejdsophold på færøerne, hvor høsten på de omkringliggende græsenge foregik simultant med kunstnerens billedfremstilling i værkstedet. Høstens performative kvaliteter blev startskuddet til Malene Jorck Heide-Jørgensens fortsatte undersøgelser af billeders fremkomst i offentlige rum. Hun er nysgerrig på Københavns mange forskelligartede byrum som potentielle rammer for udveksling og erfaring af kunstoplevelser. Betragteren kan indtage udstillingen som forbipasserende, som tilfældige fodgængere eller som aktive foto-entusiaster.

Poaceae (Gramineae) eller bare græs er en stor botanisk familie af frøplanter med circa 9000 arter, som forekommer i hele verden. Græs fodrer flere dyr end nogen anden plante på kloden. Græs er symbol for det naturlige og det frodige, men også det forgængelige og det ydmyge.

Og græs er flittigt brugt som planteart og symbol i litteratur, poesi og lyd. Som hø, har græs undergået en forædlingsproces. I fotogrammet Fra Høstakken forbindes Skrift, lyd og billede i de enkelte græsstrås skygger.

Serien Hø, hvoraf billedet Fra Høstakken stammer blev vist for et publikum første gang i 2019 i det hedengangne Galleri Skovlandet i Skørpings gamle stationsbygning.

Second Beat ved Nils Rolfgaard er et antikvariat beliggende på ydre Nørrebro siden 2005.


"You wish you were a Gerry Johansson picture"

 

“I can’t detect in a single one of Gerry Johansson’s pictures anything, however small, that shows off or pretends to be something else. You wish you could be such a person. Someone who no longer pretends or makes things up. You wish you were a Gerry Johansson picture.” ⁠The important Swedish photographer Gerry Johansson's works calls for this type of quotes from his fans.

Exhibition in Landskrona

Johansson's current exhibition at Landskrona Foto, The Books, is definitely worth the travel from Copenhagen – or anywhere if you are a fan of photography. The exhibition of Johansson's photographs also shows 42 of the artist's photo books – his favorite medium to disperse his photographs. The elegant, no-nonsens photographs are from travels all over the world. You can here more about his work in the interesting talk with Niels Bergendal from Landskrona Foto's exhibition above.

Find the full length interview here

Read more about the exhibition

Artist talk in Copenhagen

At this year's festival you can also experience this interesting photographer live when he visits Banja Rathnow Galleri og Kunsthandel and presents his latest book, Spanish Summer, from Mack in collaboration with Fragment Books 7 June.

Read more about the artist talk


From 100 Year Old Negatives to NFTs

Do you know what an NFT is? Do you know what use it has or how to purchase one? Many of us have no clue about NFTs, the potential of this new blockchain technology or even its use and influence on the art world. But on NFT Friday 10 June you can get wiser on all of this when we invite you to join us for an afternoon about NFT technology and photography. Together with EyeEye.me we investigate its potentials, possibilities and the many new perspectives NFT’s have in relation to art, archives and photography.

Join us for NFT Friday

Friday 10 May Copenhagen Photo Festival invites everyone with an interest in photography, art or archives to join us at the Festival Center for NFT Friday, a talk and workshop on NFT technology with the three guys behind the Danish online NFT gallery EyeEye.me. The eyeopening afternoon begins with a talk and ends with a workshop about art and NFTs.

The Blossom Expedition

The  Copenhagen based online gallery will talk about their own story and how art and technology can benefit from each other. They use the NFT-technology to turn old negatives from The Blosson Expedition, an Atlantic expedition, into digital art on the blockchain.

When the three-masted schooner Blossom traveled the Atlantic Ocean in the 1920s, exploring exotic locations in Africa and South America, its crew members could hardly have imagined that the photographic records of their expedition would become the focal point of an art project almost 100 years later.

From 100 year old negatives to NFTs

Had anyone tried to explain to them what the project entailed, they would have dismissed it as pure science fiction. Indeed, the technological gap between the fragile, faded negatives that still exist as memories of ‘the Blossom Expedition’ and today’s digital space is almost unimaginable. Nevertheless, it has been bridged by three Danes who decided to join forces and introduce a way of making art that is quite unusual in Denmark.

Unique digital art objects

The idea of making digital art out of the negatives was born. Marc Fluri, Sebastian Tiku Lybecker and the third project member, Jesper Munk, decided to conduct an experiment – they would transform some of the photographs from the expedition into NFTs, turning something that was never thought of as artistic into unique digital art objects.

After the talk, Eye Eye’s own crypto currency expert, Jesper Munk, will give an introduction to how you can purchase NFT’s yourself.

Programme for NFT Friday

16-17 Eye Eye talk.

The talk will be in Danish and will take place in the Festival Cinema at Frame and is open for all with a Festival Pass

17-17.45 Eye Eye workshop.

To participate you have to remember your Iphone. The workshop will take place in the Festival Cinema at Frame and take you through:

Understanding what an NFT is.

How to create a wallet to store the NFT.

Purchase cryptocurrency for the NFT.

View it in your wallet.

(sign up at hello@eyeeye.me)

17-20 Apéro with DJ Henrique Hinnerfeldt

Join us for an afternoon drink and some great tunes with DJ Henrique Hinnerfeldt.