Walking Landscapes - Liselund Laboratory

21 juil. > 30 juil.


10 artists walk in Liselund Have and on Møn. 

One artist every day for 10 days. 

For 12 hours, they wander out into the Møn landscape and invite you to follow - in the landscape or on live stream.

The 10 artists have a special relationship with Møn. With this knowledge in their backpack, they take us to hidden and forgotten places on a journey into the area's nature, myths, moods, phenomena and secrets.

They explore the landscape based on their artistic discipline - performance, visual arts, dance, music, textiles, photography, video - and they use the surroundings as a framework and content for the artistic actions they create along the way. A story, a performance, an installation, a conversation, a picture or a poem.

Art relates to nature and the landscape in classical landscape painting, but how do contemporary artists relate to the landscape in a context of climate change, degradation of nature and a changing awareness of our own role?

For the artists, the hike is a space for reflection, a mapping and a journey of discovery. A free space with high to the sky and space for existential questions and high-flying thoughts, just as it has been for many of us at a time when the world as we know it has been shut down.

Together, the 10 artists create a vibrant, diverse and surprising experience of the Møn landscapes with new routes, new stories and new inspiration to explore for yourself.

Meet the artists online every full hour as they live-stream their actions on Facebook. Or see more on the website about how and when you can hike with the artists in the landscape.