Art Bar: Video art and Performance in Changing Room no. 6
6 Jun 2023  17-20

Viva Oleė a Go-Go af Thorgej Steen Hansen 2020. Photo: Jens Astrup, SKJOLD-boldklub

5-8 pm
For the video and performance evening during Copenhagen Art Week, Skjold Contemporary has invited the Danish video and installation artist Pernille With Madsen to show her video works on the video screen that forms part of the permanent and award-winning site specific installation “Viva Olé a Go-Go” in dressing room no. 6 made by visual artist Thorgej Steen Hansen. The form and content of the videos will create an exciting interplay with the play of colors and rhythms which is part of the permanent installation. Pernille With Madsen has exhibited both in Denmark and abroad, most recently with a large video installation at the group exhibition “Picture Barricades” at Sorø Art Museum.

5:30 p.m
Pernille With Madsen will give a short introduction to her works in the changing room:
“Serial Material Coreography” (2013), “Foreign Material” (2014) and “Transition” (2008)

From 6 p.m
Mette Kit Jensen will from a bar universe in the dressing room involve the visitors in short participant-based performative walks “Tipsy walks”, which interact with the area around the football club and Østerbro Stadium via a random principle. The walks give an insight into the surroundings and naturally lead the participants back to the changing room.

During Art Week, it will also be possible to see Skjold Contemporary’s current exhibitions: the solo exhibition “Colors Fade in the Sun” by Lise Harlev and the group exhibition ‘Mechandise, Memorabilia and Money’.”

Tuesday 6. June at 17-20
Can be experienced without language skills
Registration not required
Free entry


Find Art Week programme for Skjold contemporary here


Skjold Contemporary
Boldklubben Skjold
Per Henrik Lings Allé 10
2100 København Ø

Level-free access – no
Handicap toilet – no
Free for companion – yes

Art Bar: Video art and Performance in Changing Room no. 6
6 Jun 2023  17-20


'Art Bar: Video art and Performance in Changing Room no. 6'