Thursday, January 28, 2010

Karen Bernard

Photo by Ella Veres
In the dance performance "Ouette", Karen Bernard focuses on the relationship between her inner and outer life, reflecting physical and fantastical aspects of the feminine mystique. Bernard uses the details of her life as source materials, combining these with external structures to transformative effects. In this work, she borrows a cinematic construction, where imagined and real experiences are shown without distinction, from the movie Swimmingpool by Francois Ozon, as well as cliches of dance vocabulary to inform two levels of experience.
The work to date has been developed through residencies at among others the Liguria Study Center in Bogliasco (Italy) and Wassard Elea (Italy)
"Ouette" will premiere in New York City Fall 2011 at Dixon Place. See

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Bertill Nordahl

Bertill Nordahl's article "De nye forvirrede" (Today's Bewildered) is published in the Danish newspaper Politiken today. See

Friday, January 8, 2010

June Woest

Roadsign USA is going to "Wave Goodbye to Bill and Say Hello to Annise", Houston's new mayor, on Friday, January 8, between 7-8 pm. You can enjoy the unveiling from inside the local icehouse in the 4300 Block of Bellaire Blvd at the RR tracks. Roadsign USA: Sculpture that is advertising art and culture.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Lene Hein Sørensen and Bertill Nordahl

Lene Hein Sørensen and Bertill Nordahl have published "Vores køkkenhave" (Our vegetable garden) vol. 1; the book is richly illustrated. Vol. 2 will appear August 15, 2010. See

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Klaus Skot-Hansen

Klaus Skot-Hansen has published "Faldskærmschef fra Børglum Kloster: Capt. Chr. Mich. Rottbøll 1917-1942, S.O.E.". Syddansk Universitetsforlag. See