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Caspar Heinemann, Lone Aburas & Manuel Pessoa de Lima

20 February 2020 07.00 PM - 10.00 PM
Art Hub Copenhagen Halmtorvet 27, 1700 København V

Readings and performances by Caspar Heinemann, Lone Aburas, and Manuel Pessoa de Lima.

Caspar Heinemann is a nondenominational gay poet and artist based in London, interested in counterculture, mysticism, springtime, and irreverence. His most recent project, a collaborative play and exhibition with Alex Margo Arden titled <em>THE FARMYARD IS NOT A VIOLENT PLACE AND I LOOK EXACTLY LIKE JUDY GARLAND</em> took place at Cell Project Space, London.

Lone Aburas debuted in 2009 with the novel <em>Føtexsøen</em>, which received the National Art Foundation's award, the Munch-Christensen's Cultural grant, and was nominated for the Montana Prize. In 2010, Aburas received the Government Art Fund's three-year work grant. Since then, Aburas has published the books <em>Den svære toer</em> (2011),<em> Politisk roman</em> (2013), <em>Det kommer til at ske</em> (2016), <em>Det er et jeg der taler (regnskabets time)</em> (2017), and her first collection of poems, <em>Den sorte bog (B-sider)</em> (2019).

Manuel Pessoa de Lima is a Brazilian performer-composer. He works with the color red, is interested in the theme of failure, and creates site-specific performances with confessional elements. He holds a doctoral degree from the Performer-Composer program at CalArts in California, has composed for cinema, contemporary dance, theater, and television, and has performed solo in Antwerp, Berlin, Brussels, Melbourne, London, Los Angeles, Tel-Aviv, Stuttgart, Winnipeg, and São Paulo.

The readings will all be in English.

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