The light sign was first mounted across Amagerbrogade in Copenhagen, Denmark from January to March 2012 to spread good energy in the darkness. Since then it has been for loan free of charge, for anyone who felt they needed it. Please contact me, if you do.
The project was supported by ZA-ZA Display, Nordea-fonden, Danish Arts Council, Amager Øst Lokaludvalg, Amager Vest lokaludvalg, Københavns Billedkunstudvalg
Club SuperDelux, Tokyo, 2017
Photo by Thomas Andersen
Amagerbrogade, Denmark from January to March 2012
Photo by Ida Kat Balslev
Roskilde Festival, 2012+2013
Nansensgade, Denmark, 2014
Senpa-fylder fire party, Copenhagen, 2012
A light healing of Christiansborg, The Danish seat of Parliament, 2015
Photographers Jazmín Valdés Ramos and Otari Oliva Buadze
supported by Dagmar og Karl Thyrres Legat
HEALING THE WATER
Amager strand, 2012
For this event, people were invited to participate by suggesting a piece of music for the ocean. The songs were gathered for a playlist and then played for the ocean at a one-day event at Amager beach in Copenhagen, 2011.
GOOD WORK Productions says: thanks for all the beautiful music wishes for the ocean!
Dj Don’t cut the cable says: check out the playlist – it’s awesome!
Nocturne #2 In E Flat, Op. 9/2, Daniel Barenboim, Chopin
Gnossiennes: No. 3 – Len, Reinbert de Leeuw, Satie
Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten for string orchestra and bell, Paavo Järvi & Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Encore from Tokyo, Keith Jarrett
Spirit Of Eden, Talk Talk
Lose Me On the Way, Hope Sandoval
Berceuse Op 57, Emile Pandolf, Chopin
Summertime (Live), Nina Simone
Desafinado, Stan Getz & João Gilberto
Aguas De Marco, Tom Jobim & Elis Regina
All You Need Is Love, The Beatles
Moonlight Shadow, Mike Oldfield
Viva España, James Last and His Orchestra, Gold Pop
Be With You, Enrique Iglesias
Le Vent Nous Portera-Noir, Desir
Night Nurse (Cottonbelly Remix), Gregory Isaacs
Beau Mot Plage, Isolée
Finale from Handel’s Water Music, Pianissimo Brothers, Spaceship Earth
Healing the water
Ipanema, Rio de janeiro, 2013
MONEY IS THE REASON
Vestjyllandssamlingen, Tistrup, Denmark, 2016
supported by the Danish Arts Council
a5-sized drawings - the potential collection of jewellery obtained by the police after the Danish jewellery law
happy to the bone- made in New York, in collaboration with Tijana Miskovic
the "magic increase stick" - made in New York, in collaboration with Tijana Miskovic
the a lot note - made in New York, in collaboration with Tijana Miskovic
Fabrikken for kunst og design, Copenhagen, 2015
in collaboration with Thomas Andersen
TRANCE FOR A CHANGE
Klubb Wonderland, Gothenborg, Sweden, 2016
Concept and creators: Good Work Productions (DK) & Making Art Worlds (DK) Dancers: Linda Wardal (SE), Nina Wengel (DK) & Stine Marcinkowski (SE/DK)"
DJ Lovisa Silfverberg
photos by Klubb Wonderland
"Trance for a Change is a dance event and ceremony in which we, by dancing together will try to change fear of the unknown to openness and curiosity towards the unknown. When dancing together and going into a trance, one produces a natural hormone in the body called oxytocin. This hormone has many good effects, some of them are that they reduce fear and create confidence and generosity towards others.
In the ceremony both personal and global fear and aggressions will be transformed to more open minded and embracing ones.
We will dance for openness, we will dance for welcoming refugees, we will dance for those in need of inclusion.
In Trance for a Change, we make use of ideas from traditional ceremonies in which dance is used as tool to change or effect a situation. We believe that dance has this power.
So come and join us and dance!"
THE FUTURE IS GOLD
The future is Gold is collection of one hundred positive visions for the future collected in 2012 in collabortion with Ida Kat Balslev.
In winter 2013, just a couple of weeks before the first demonstrations broke out in Brazil, we did the performance "voices for the future" in the streets in down-town Rio de Janeiro, dressed in golden suits and armed with an amplifyer and a microphone. We read positive visions for the future, collected from around the world, aloud to the passers-by, and asked them for their positive vision for the future trying to convince them to share it with the people in the street.