Many Mini Residency: Copenhagen


This article was written on 14 Jan 2012, and is filled under Residencies.

Nanna Lysholt-Hansen

The first 2 1/2 hours of my residency I used Koh-i-noor as a private studio space where I worked with cameras in the space behind drawn curtain and a locked door. Just before my residency ended I drew the curtains and exposed my work to the public space through the window. The door remained locked, and my camera kept recording.

15 minutes live performance
Many Mini Residency, Koh-i-noor, Copenhagen 2012
I place my body in the threshold of inside and outside, between private and public space. I carried out a slow and tense fight with gravity. Passers-by on the street witness the performance through the window. A camera was placed inside the space recording the action.

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