Wednesday Performance:

Lena Simic: Masha Serghyeevna

Wednesday, 10th of March 2010 at 19.30 (approx.. 60 min.)

Lena Simic’s performance ’Masha Serghyeevna’ has Anton Tjekhov’s classical theatre piece ’Three Sisters’ as its starting point.

In her solo performance Simic explores the middle child Masha’s character and through her touches upon a number of aspects of war concerning sexual politics and existentiality. The exploration takes place in the interesting shift between roles and through incorporation of Eastern European conflicts and wars in the 20th Century from the October Revolution in Russia in 1917 until the Balkan Wars in the 1990’s.

The performance is in English

Documentation of ’Masha Serghyeevna’ the 10 th of March 2010.

Ulla Hvejsel: Cabaret of War #4 - The End

Wednesday, 17th of March 2010 at 19.30 (approx.. 30 min.)

’Cabaret of War’ is a series of stagings of a considerable collection of jokes from war films. Good and bad, heroic and disillusioned, American and anti-American, historical and present. In short the absurdity of the stream of war information is uncovered. For CRW Ulla Hvejsel will stage “The Retreat” from the war, and thus mark the ending of this series of war cabarets, which she has been performing over the last couple of years. She may even sing the Song for Praise of Foolishness at this performance.

The performance is in English and Danish.

Documentation of earlier performance in the series 'Cabaret of War' 2009.


Katya Sander: 9 Scripts from a Nation at War

Saturday, 20th of March 2010 at 13.00 – 16.00

CRW ends on the seventh anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. At this occasion the artist Katya Sander will tell and show excerpts from her work ’9 Scripts from a Nation at War’, which was exhibited at the latest Documenta 12 in Kassel. Documenta is considered one of Europe’s most important recurring art exhibitions. ’9 Scripts from a Nation at War’ consists of ten videos on the war in Iraq and is made in collaboration with Sharon Hayes, Ashley Hunt, David Thorne, and Andrea Geyer. It is the first time the work is shown in Denmark.

The talk is in Danish.

Documentation of artist talk by Katya Sander the 20 th of March 2010.

Translation by Rasmus Møller Jensen.