Bo Ningen + Noble & Webster - HAIR // Diamanda Galás & Davide Pepe - SCHREI 27
What happens when artists create an abstract visual work based on hair? And what if the hair sits on a group of long-haired Japanese rock musicians? The answer is the work 'Hair', which is performed live exclusively tonight. Through the interaction between the artist duo Noble & Webster and the psychedelic band Bo Ningen, 'Hair' has come into being as a work that has literally grown out of the scalp of the four Japanese. Tonight, the audience can experience at first hand, what it is that has inspired the visual artists, when Bo Ningen takes to the stage with a massive performance. The British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster, who were awarded the Arken Prize from the renowned Danish art gallery Arken in 2007, have created 'Hair' for the Venice Biennale and they will themselves be present and produce the live visuals, which will bathe the band and the audience in a sea of hair. They are known for their punk rock inspirations - a central tenet of their collaboration with Bo Ningen - and the work oozes wild live noise aesthetics. Even more massive noise can be heard in Davide Pepe and Diamanda Galás's joint audiovisual and shockingly visceral work 'Schrei 27' - celebrating its European premiere this evening. PIX, artFREQ. and SNYK are pleased to be able to present this program in the setting of Charlottenborg.
Tickets at the door, 170 kr.