Searching for Nigel
Film, installation
Searching for Nigel is a film about love and distance, humans and animals, lost carrier pigeons and messages left on read. It’s a story about how a boy fell in love with a bird and how a bird fell in love with a statue.

The film circles around Nigel, the gannet who fell in love with a concrete bird made by a group of scientists on Mana Island. In a mix between a missing people documentary and a romcom, fact and fiction blends as we meet different people connected to Nigel, all asking the same question: Why did he leave us?

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Marseille, MANIFESTA, group show curated by The Winter Office, november 2020. Villa Kultur, Copenhagen, “Searching for Nigel”, March 2021. Supported by Snabslanten and Det Obelske Familiefond.

Tæt, lukket: Museum (”Close, closed: Museum”)
Tæt, lukket: Museum is a participatory play for two participants that took place in the public space of Copenhagen during lockdown.

Two people meet at a museum, but realize at their arrival that the museum is closed.

A: And there are four people and they are naked, but not in a sexy way, more in a I’m-making-scrambled-eggs-and-I-don’t-bother-to-put-on-clothes kind of way. Or they are not completely naked. One of them is wearing a little crown that looks like a moon.

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Copenhagen, May, 2020

Signs of passage, passage of signs
Video, performance
Signs of passage, passage of signs is a work about a number of people and animals living together, going on dates and trying hopelessly to communicate and make sense of their surroundings using temporary chalk spray, contemporary art and advice from Marie Kondo.

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My cherry lips have often kissed thy stones   
What can a talking wall teach us about love?

My cherry lips have often kissed thy stones is a monologue revolving around the character Wall from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It’s a story about how to become a wall, about the lovers who are separated by the wall and about what the wall has to say in this network of bodies and objects. It’s a hybrid between a lecture, a lip sync and a play on walls and humans, on Eros and glory holes and on holding a brick in your hand and declaring that you are a wall.

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“Mellemting mellem ting”, performance festival at Den Frie curated by Heine Klausen, Copenhagen, November 2019