As a child, I imagined Iceland as a mystical real-life fairy tale. On my first visit, I saw it was true! Vikings. Whales. Waterfalls. Blue lagoons. But one thing was missing… love. In this show, I will chronicle six years of trips to Iceland and trying to marry my way in. I’ve gone on dates… Continue reading Iceland, Please Love Me
Eldklárar og eftirsóttar are an all-female improv group that performs long form improvised comedy in Icelandic. This collective of the smartest, hottest, funniest women in Iceland’s only goal is to make people laugh. Leave all your expectations at the door, cause Eldklárar don’t even know what’s going to happen!
Seven USB-drives are on display. Each drive contains a unique work of digital art. No one has seen these works apart from their creator and no other copies exist in the world. Would you keep unique art to yourself, share it with a select few or share it with everyone? In this age of digital… Continue reading Artificial Digital Scarcity: A Digital Art Showcase Without the Show
A Study of Choices is a dance piece with a new cast of dancers for every new evening and location . Three different dancers are given instructions on stage, heard by them and the audience simultaneously. The performance is created by the way the dancers interpret these instructions. With uncertainty as a starting point this… Continue reading A Study of Choices
Iceland’s biggest comedian (and first-ever Netflix star) hits the Fringe with his eagerly awaited third show in English, which includes Nordic observations on drumbeats, sleep, parenthood and much more. ‘As straightforwardly enjoyable and undemanding an hour of stand-up as you’ll find at the Fringe’. *(Scotsman) ‘A smart, savvy comedian with a hugely assured set’. **… Continue reading Ari Eldjárn: Saga Class
Between blocks of flats by the river in the forest by the coast. Lazy days seem to blend together. Time slipping through fingers. When just enough to unveil piece of skin let the wind caress unashamedly. Bit of pleasure we yearn throughout the year. Summer moments caught in Hajman’s analog photography remind that there indeed… Continue reading ‘Sirens of Poland’ – Hajman solo exhibition in Café Pysja