CLICK Festival

By Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm
CLICK Festival, Elsinore
May 2017
Artificial intelligence technology

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Your Future Moment

By Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm
Forum, Copenhagen
October 2016
Performance-Happening involving 1.500 people, artificial intelligence and audio


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Future project

I have been invited to do a big scale experiential installation at Forum in Copenhagen in October 2016. I have visited the space two times (one time the space had seats for a concert – the other time the location was empty and it was more easy to imagine the aesthetic potentials of the location). I am looking forward to this challenge.

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In the performance “In-between” the participants are random visitors at the exhibition “Det eviges genkomst” who do not know each other. The participants meet in the centre of the room and get this short brief: Start by sensing the experience in the room and then go with whatever emerges!

Afterwards the participants share their sensory experiences and thoughts about what did emerge. Their articulations highlight the movement from isolation and to the feeling of connectedness. Especially, the participants emphasize the need for movement and the feeling of hope being connected to moving together.

Duration: 1 hour

Performance in-between

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Det eviges Genkomst at Kulturmødet

By Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm

Audio-video installationen ”Det Eviges Genkomst” undersøger vores relation til tid og evighed. Med mennesket i centrum bevæger udstillingen sig på kanten mellem forgængelighed og uendelighed.

Billeder og lyd skaber tilsammen et sansestimulerende rum, der udforsker vores eksistentielle mulighedsrum.

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/ By Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm
/ Kulturmødet, Mors, Denmark
/ August 2015
/ Video projections, sound and mirror foil
/ Large scale

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Recurring Eternity

By Cecilie W. Falkenstrøm

Recurring Eternity
Exhibited at Camberwell, London
July 2015
Video projection

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Utopia at Sacre, Nikolaj Kunsthal

By Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm

Utopia er et godt ikke-sted, som ligger på virkelighedens yderste grænse – på grænsen til det umulige. I hvert øjeblik bliver Utopia skabt af vores (u)mulige drømme.

For at komme til Utopia må vi sætte vores vildeste drømme fri. Vi må vove at slippe paradokserne, uvidenheden og uvisheden løs, når vi spørger os selv: Hvilke (u)mulige drømme har vores tid brug for?

Utopia is a good non-existing place on the edge of reality. In every moment Utopia is created by our (im)possible dreams. Thus, in order to give form to Utopia we must release our wildest dreams.

Outside the exhibition space the visitors speak their (im)possible dreams into an old telephone. Through interactive technology the visitors articulations of their (im)possible dreams are transformed into moving patterns of sound and light inside the exhibition space – sound and light emerge and reemerge in an ongoing process of creation.

/ By Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm
/ SACRE, Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen
/ November 2014
/ Wall-, interactive sound- and light installation
/ Large scale art installation

My experience piece Utopia explores the boundary of human imagination. By moving back and forth between different layers of imagination the experience piece attempts to capture an instant in the intersection between reality and impossibility.

Photos by Bo Merris-Vejlund and Waagner Falkenstrøm:

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Photos by Adam Mørk:

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