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NY CIRKUS FESTIVAL 2016

 
MARATHON
Sébastien Wojdan
11-12 Aug. 19.00 hrs. & 14 Aug. 17.00 hrs.
  LE VIDE - ESSAI DE CIRQUE
Fragan Gehlker / Alexis Auffray / M. Verbèke
12-13 & 15-16 Aug. at 21.00 hrs.
     
 
LA COSA
Claudio Stellato
13, 14, 15, 16 Aug. at 19.00 hrs.
  CAPILOTRACTÉES
Sanja Kosonen & Elice Abonce Muhonen
17, 18, 19 Aug. at 19.00 hrs.
     
 
FLAQUE
Defracto
17-18 & 22-23 Aug. at 21.00 hrs.
  FIDELIS FORTIBUS
Circus Ronaldo
20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Aug. at 19.00 hrs.
     
 
CIRQUE DÉMOCRATIQUE DE LA BELGIQUE - Pol & Freddy
22 & 23 Aug. at 17.00 hrs.
  UNKNOWN EVIDENCES
Kurt Demey / Rode Boom
24, 25, 26 Aug. at 19.00 hrs.
     
 
ANECKXANDER
Alexander Vantournhout & Bauke Lievens
26 Aug. 21.00 hrs., 27-28 Aug. 20.00 hrs.
  EXTREME SYMBIOSIS
Henrik & Louise
27-28 Aug. at 17.00 hrs.
     




 

 

 

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CHANGING METROPOLIS III – PUBLICATION

The third publication in the Changing Metropolis series is ready. 53 articles and 300 pages where artists, architects and academics who participated in the festival and laboratory delve into topics and themes from Metropolis 2012-15.

You find articles by architects and city planners working with cultural planning and temporariness; by artists confronting and expanding possibilities and limitations in the city; by academics giving the urban artistic practice a broader societal perspective. You also find more than 100 photos from four years of artistic actions in Copenhagen using domino blocks, plastic bubbles, corn, tape, tiles, string, etc.

Changing Metropolis III is available online here.

If you are interested in the printed version, it is available for DKK 150 (incl. delivery to Denmark) and DKK 200 for delivery to the rest of Europe. Send a mail with your order to info@kit.dk


100% FREMMED (100% FOREIGN)

Based on the performance and exhibition “100% Copenhagen”, we address one of todays’ hottest topics: refugees and asylum seekers. 100 individuals, who have been granted asylum in Denmark, are the participants of the new project. We go further than the recent arrivals from current crises and put equal focus on refugees from China, Russia, Somalia, Hungary etc. We are working towards an exhibition and a major staging with one-on-one meetings in Spring 2017.