PERFORMANCE // Forestillingen om mig selv som en anden – part 1
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.
PERFORMANCE // Brevkassen
We all ask questions about the difference between men and women. We also have all the answers to these questions. The letterbox, which is part of the exhibitionVåbenhvile – 100 års forestillinger, probably asks a few more questions about gender than it provides answers. But the answers you do get are in turn generally not too pretty. This will be evident when actress Amira Jasmina Shalaby Jensen reads a series of questions and answers from the letterbox.
LECTURE // Mor Jutta
The lecturer Jutta Bojsen-Møller talks about her great-grandmother Jutta Bojsen-Møller, who was chairman of the Danish Women’s Society. Jutta Bojsen-Møller traveled around the country to campaign for “equal rights for man and woman” and became a natural focal point of the women’s suffrage parade on 5 June 1915, where 12,000 women marched through the streets of Copenhagen to celebrate their newly achieved status as fully empowered citizens.
All the events this evening are in Danish.