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Andreas Johnsen

 

Danish documentary director, producer and cinematographer. Andreas Johnsen has made a number of documentaries as both a director and a producer since 2002. His films have been shown around the world on many festivals and on television in Denmark and abroad. His film ‘Ai Weiwei – The Fake Case’ was nominated at IDFA’s “Feature Length Competition” at Cinema for Peace Awards and won the Danish Film Critics Award 2014. The film has furthermore been selected for over 15 film festivals, been sold to BBC and 7 other territories.

BUGS had premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, and it takes us on a gastronomic journey to seven countries on five continents, where insects are high on the menu. His latest film is a documentary about Torben Ulrich, painter, musician, performance artist and former professional tennis player.

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Charlotte Haslund-Christensen

 

Charlotte Haslund-Christensen is a visual artist born and based in Copenhagen. She is a graduate of the Danish school of art photography Fatamorgana (1996) and the International Center of Photography in New York (1997).
 Haslund-Christensen's long-term photographic and video art projects are performative and documentary, taking their impetus from the specific contexts in which they are created, for example anthropological 'expeditions' (the artist as explorer in Natives: The Danes), in the basement of a police station (posing as a mugshot photographer for Who's Next?) or as a traveling photographer or camerawoman in local communities (in Heroes, To Tingberg with Love, Hope & Fear and her current project Manywhere). A common political thread throughout her oeuvre is addressing stereotypes and the role of the media - past and the present - in their creation.

charlottehaslund.com/

Jacob Tækker

 

Jacob Tækker graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2006 and Gerrit Reitveld Academy, Amsterdam in 2003.

Jacob works research about the general human conditions of life, which we usually are not aware in our everyday reality, his works often revolve around existential paradoxes, such as what it means to be human and what defines the individual's role in a community. He has worked with the launching of platforms for public art (GoPlayDot) and (Dot) in collaboration with public entities and using a mix of artworks based on apps and with game-like references often with himself as a figure in his works.

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