Community Walk: a co-costumed "walking and talking" performance

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Community Walk (a co-costumed "performance") locomoted through the central area of Copenhagen on July 30, 2020. Community walk was a part of the festival Wa(l)king Copenhagen. During 12 hours I "walked and talked" co-costumed to 12 difference co-wearers _ one hour with each wearer.
Wa(l)king Copenhagen was developed and organized by Metropolis (Copenhagen’s International Theatre) as a response to the Danish pandemic lockdown in March 2020. Over 100 days, 100 different artists (me as only costume designer) were invited to ‘walk’ for twelve hours in different areas of Copenhagen, Denmark. During the twelve hours each artist was asked to live streamed 5–10 minutes each hour as a way to invite the public to follow the different events.
Original languageEnglish
Place of Publicationpublic performance festival in the Copenhagen area
PublisherMetropolis festival Wa(l)king Copenhagen
EditionWa(l)king Copenhagen 2020
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2020 Jul 30
EventWa(l)king Copenhagen - Copenhagen area, Copehagen , Denmark
Duration: 2020 May 12020 Aug 11

Bibliographical note

Thanks to Metropolis for the invitation to the festival Wa(l)king Copenhagen. Special thanks to the amazing co-wearing participants in Community Walk (2020): Agnes Saaby Thomsen, Aleksandra Lewon, Anna Stamp Møller, Benjamin Skop, Camille Marchadour, Daniel Jeremiah Persson, Jeppe Worning, Josefine Ibsen, Julienne Doko, Lars Gade, Paul James Rooney, and Tanya Rydell Montan for wonderful co-costumed entanglements and valuable insides.

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Performing Arts

Artistic work

  • Performance
  • Design

Free keywords

  • Costumed perfomance
  • co-costuming
  • Co-wearing
  • co-wearer
  • co-creators
  • co-creation
  • co-creative processes
  • co-creative perfomance processes
  • artistic research
  • material movement
  • material-discursive practice
  • material-discursive listening


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