Have an extraordinary Thursday evening when the longhaired psychedelic band Bo Ningen from Japan is performing a supersonic hairshow, and the vocal artist Diamanda Galás is performing the European premiere of his terror piece 'Schrei 27'.
It will be a meeting full of contrasts between film and music at Kunsthal Charlottenborg Thursday evening. The Japanese psych-rock group Bo Ningen is performing live, and the Greek-American vocal artist Diamanda Galás' horrifying terror-artpiece 'Schrei 27' will be shown for the first time in Europe.
What happens when the British artist duo Tim Noble og Sue Webster creates an abstract visual art piece, only based on hair? And what if it's the hair of Japan's supercool psych-rockband, Bo Ningen? The answer is the audiovisual piece 'Hair', which, by the way, has nothing to do with the hippie-musical.
Bo Ningen, with their energetic rock and uncomparable long haired look, is one the most interesting and trendsetting bands of the time. At Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Bo Ningen and Noble & Webster will perform a concert and a film piece live.
Greek-American Diamanda Galás is praised as one the greatest vocal artist in history. She is now coming back to CPH PIX with the European premiere of an uncomprosing audiovisual art piece on terror.
CPH PIX in cooperation with artFREQ and SNYK presents the double concert and filmevent in Charlottenborg Kunsthal Thursday the 26th of april, 9.00 pm.
LIVE: Bo Ningen + Noble & Webster - 'Hair'
FILM: Diamanda Galás & Davide Pepe - 'Schrei 27'
Tickets: 150 DKK + fee can be bougth here.
Musicvideo: Bo Ningen's 'Gasmask Rabbit'
Interview with Bo Ningen
Diamanda Galás' webpage
Tim Noble og Sue Webster's webpage