TEMA 18: DON'T MAKE THINGS - MAKE THINGS HAPPEN
Ydre Noerrebro Kultur Bureau 2001-2012. Kontekstualizing and discussion. Text by Anne N. Clement.Translated to English by Mary Bille.
November 15,2008,2 pm
Art After Work: section 8
Documentation and other detritus arising from and around clandestine
interventions and unannounced performances in “reality.”
Coffee made from roots of dandelions and Belle de Boskoop applepie
prepared and served by YNKB
September 19-21, 2008
ynkb on alt_cph
Weeds and wild plants of the city
YNKB invites you to a walk in the neighbourhood and collect wild
plants, which we will prepare to a meal on our stand on alt_cph. The
tours are guided by biologist Nils Grøngaard.
Friday September 19, 3 pm.
Saturday, September 20, 2 pm.
Sunday, September 21, 2 pm.
alt_cph. Fabrikken for Kunst og design. Sundholmsvej 46. Copenhagen
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September 2-4, 2008
ynkb-reparation, huset, aarhus
The community centre "Huset" in Aarhus invited YNKB to
make a reparation workshop in "Huse"t in cooperation with
the staffmembers. "Huset" has very excellent facilities
for reparations and 44 reparations was made during the three days
1 julil - 16 juli 2008
Step 2 in Peoples Museum, birzeit
From the 1st of July to the 16th of July the Danish art groups Parfyme
and YNKB again visited Birzeit in Palestine to continue the project
Peoples Museum and, together with students from the Art Academy in
Ramallah (IAAP), the Palestinian artists Majdi Hadid and Hosni Radwan
and local residents, to prepare the presentation of Peoples Museum
for the citizens of Birzeit at the annual Heritage Festival in the
old village of Birzeit.
The project is supported by DCCD Danish Center for Culture and Development.
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The Signs are the Signal
Emma Hedditch i YNKB
On July 21st at 7 pm, Emma Hedditch will make a performance/presentation
inside and outside of YNKB.
Emma will show materials that she has collected and is working with
around questions of homosexual identification, from her own work and
from others whose identification is inextricable from a broader social
and political concerns that are affecting this identification. These
materials will include video and film work from the women's film and
video distribution Cinenova, which is based in London. The performance/presentation
will also serve as a marker in the present, which acknowledges the
desire to share knowledge and support with another community, that
of the Copenhagen Queer Festival.
Coffee - tea break with cake, dicussion and conversation
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April 29 - May 6, 2008
PM is a project by Danish artist groups Parfyme and YNKB and Palestinian
artist Majdi Hadid and architect Christine Alloush. Peoples Museum
is situated in The old town of Birzeit, near Ramallah, Palestine and
the mainpartners of the project is IAAP – International Art
Academy Palestine and the local organization Al-Rozana.
April 26 - august 24, 2008
YNKB on Kronborg, Elsinore
YNKB participates in collaboration with the Music House Elværket
from Elsinore and video artist Elisabetta Saiu with the videoinstallation:HOW
DO WE RE-AWAKEN HOLGER DANSKE?Will he listen to us, when no one else
This video installation gives new Danes and immigrants living in Elsinore
the opportunity to confront Holger Danske with their hopes and dreams,
disappointments and problems – so he come to their aid.
With his century-long history, Holger Danske is an international symbol
and he lives in many cultures with different languages, traditions
He has the same mission everywhere - he is the people’s sleeping
When problems become too great, the people can try to wake Holger
Danske to new deeds of heroism, this time as the defender of the new
Sound and photo installation:Complain Grand Prix
Pictures and hearing the sounds from a Complain Grand Prix held in
the Music House “Elværket” March 28, 2008 in Elsinore
to give the new-Danes the possibility to express themselves and their
point of views on Danes and Danish culture in a musical mode.
22 - 24 Februar 2008
Let's remake the world III
Seminar and Workshop
This is the third event in a series initiated by the Library of Radiant
Optimism (Brett Bloom + Bonnie Fortune) and YNKB, which started in
late 2006 with The Radiantly Optimistic Poster Show!exhibited at YNKB,
December 2006, and at Messhall, Chicago, June 2007. This exhibition
was followed by a seminar in Messhall: What We Know of Our Past -
What We Demand of Our Future, January 18-20, 2008.
We are inspired by the groundswell of optimistic and visionary activities
in the late 1960s and early 1970s. We are interested in this time
period and the massive counter-cultural movement it produced in the
face of international political and social turmoil. We find ourselves
in a similar global environment of unprecedented crises, and we are
wondering how we can make visible and cohesive the currently existing
activities. Is there potential to add to the optimistic histories
of past activism with our own movements? This project seeks to not
only create a discussion about the place of optimism in the face of
war, environmental devastation, and global capitalism, but to examine
how optimism can help fuel positive change in a realistic way.
Background and programme as PDF
January 28 2008
Art after Work III: “How much did you pay
for this plot of land?"
5 pm: Folkekøkken
7 pm: Introduction to the exhibition: “How much did you pay
for this plot of land? Land Value in Ramallah and East Jerusalem..
By Oliver Clemens and Sabine Horlitz from An Arkhitektur, Berlin.
A one dunam (1000 square meters) plot of land in the center of Ramallah
costs up to $8 million; the same plot costs $300,000 in an upper-class
residential area; near the settlement of Psagot, by contrast, a one-dunam
plot costs only $30,000, while a dunam of land inside Zone C is available
for $3,000. Through such an analysis of land value, political conditions,
conflicts, social expectations and hopes all come to the fore.
See the whole introduction.
January 28 - february 20, 2008
How much did you pay for this
plot of land?
Land Value in Ramallah and East
By Oliver Clemens and Sabine Horlitz from An Arkhitektur, Berlin.
18-20 januar 2008
YNKB in Messhall, Chicago
*What We Know of Our Past • What We Demand of Our Future*
A three-day gathering to talk about socially-engaged, political, and
critical artwork, its international iterations, history, and future.
Videowindow International III
18 dec 2007- 10 februar 2008
Nonstop International Video Window
Politics of silence
still of the film:" A World Apart Within 15 Minutes" by
Enas I. Muthaffar
The Politics of Silence is a screening program that showcases short
video works of 8 artists and filmmakers from Palestine. The videos
are projected throughout the night through the windows of YNKB in
Copenhagen during the months of November, December and January, the
darkest months during the year. The projections are open to the public
and can be seen by any passer by from the street. This is a program
that draws its strength solely from the image rather than the sound.
The projections are silent.
The program is curated by Larissa Sansour, Palestinian video artist,