Sunday 09 Aug 3:00pm 5:00pm

On the basis of historical sources dramatist Gritt Uldall-Jessen has created a remake of the author Mathilde Fibiger’s never-held feminist speech from 1852. This evening she has invited actress Lene Vasegaard to perform the speech after more than 160 years delay.

LECTURE // The Women’s Struggle According to Fibiger
Afterwards Dr. phil. in Literature Lise Busk-Jensen gives a lecture on Mathilde Fibiger’s reflections on what the outcome of the women’s struggle should be. According to Fibiger the goal of the women’s struggle was far more complext than the suffrage issue.

PERFORMANCE // Forestillingen om mig selv som en anden – del 2
We all have ideas of ourselves as being somebody else. This is the starting point for this monologue by Tomas Lagermand Lundme performed by actor Casper Sloth. The monologue revolves around whether things had turned out completely different if Tomas Lagermand Lundme had not been himself, but the footballer Søren Lerby or Steven Carrington from Dynasty. 42 years of conceptions are in action.

MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE // Er der forskel på betændelse? 
In connection with her performances during the exhibition Molly Haslund has produced a music video where she and her band performs a new song with lyrics by Tomas Lagermand Lundme. The cress costumes, giant wooden spoons and custommade ‘quitar’ is rocking the cabinet installation – with jumping, dancing & head banging going on.
Credits: Marie Eline Hansen (spoon & song), Steffen Galster (mandola & song), Sigrid Dyveke (spoon), Molly Haslund (quitar & song), Jeanette Land Schou (video) og Mads Ljungdahl (sound).


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