PUSHER 4

Performance/theatre, Warehouse 9, Copenhagen

2018

Collaboration between Gylleboverket & Teater Weimar,Malmö

Room, videoinstallation Etta Säfve & Jona Elfdahl (Gylleboverket)

Text & Koncept Jörgen Dahlqvist & Liv Kaastrup Vesterskov (Weimar)

https://vimeo.com/user61782017

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Pusher4
– en kvinde går undercover.

Pusher som er lavet af Nicolas Winding Refn er den billigste danske spillefilm nogensinde. Filmen var en del af den danske filmskat og blev da også senere købt af Hollywood. Filmen handlede om maskulinitet, vold, stoffer og skabte et billede af Danmark som et voldsomt land.

I Pusher4 kigger vi på Pusher som en dokumentar og derigennem forsøgt at nærme os den danske mand. Hvem er han? Og hvorfor siger han altid sandheden?

Pusher4 er en teater- og filminstallation skabt af: Liv K. Vesterskov, Jörgen Dahlqvist, Etta Säfve og Jona Elfdahl.
Musik: Kent Olofsson. Medvirkende: Liv K. Vesterskov samt Ulf Rönnerstrand, Joan Elfdahl og Carl Gustavsson.
Forestillingen er støttet af Vesterbropuljen.

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This performance is a part of the performance festival Transistor Meetings Festival where professional performance art from Malmö and Copenhagen comes together with a number of works, talks, and workshops. The focus of the festival is experimental and critical performance art.

The festival is curated and produced by Storm Møller Madsen in collaboration with Liv Kaastrup Vesterskov, who has curated the Malmö works. ”Our Oasis of Energy” is curated by Nina Cramer and Lotte Løvholm. ”Koncert: Adam Christensen” is curated by Lotte Løvholm.

The festival takes place at Warehouse9; a small performance space and art gallery founded in April 2007 in the old slaughter district in Central Copenhagen. It is a space for contemporary art, music, poetry, and performance with a direct link to the international queer community.

All works at the festival cost 50DKK*. For each performance, there are 10 “pay-what-you-can”-tickets available at the door (on first-come-first-serve-basis) as we wish to make performing arts more accessible to a broader audience. All talks, workshops, and installations are free and open to the public.

The festival is founded in a collaboration with the professional performance art festival Transistor, Malmö and is funded by Statens Kunstfond – Statens Kunstfond, #statenskunstfond, #kunstgørenforskel.