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Exhibitions : This is a Meat City

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Held (2021) by Linda Lamignan exhibited in the window of Hartz Pickles & Salater. Photo: Christian Brems.

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Held (2021) by Linda Lamignan exhibited in the window of Hartz Pickles & Salater. Photo: Christian Brems.

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What You Really Touch? (2021), Do You Know Who Else Is Playing with Your Family? (2021), Holiday’s Over (II) (2021), Germs Just Can’t Reproduce (2021) all from the series Monster Soup (2019 – ) by Jens Settergren.  Exhibited at the bathroom at Space 10. Photo: Christian Brems.

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Tre utensili/Three Tools (2021) by Kasper Hesselbjerg. Exhibited in the restaurant Mother. Photo: Christian Brems.

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Halpate (video, 2020), Authors: Adam Khalil (Ojibway) and Adam Piron (Kiowa/Mohawk). Exhibited in the store Motorious. Photo: Christian Brems.

 

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Lids 4 Indigenous Futures (2021) by New Red Order x Adam Khalil. Exhibited in the store Motorious. Photo: Christian Brems.

 

 

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Ta di bap, Cheese Bell Diorama (2021) by Mia Edelgart. Exhibited in the store H.W. Larsen. Photo. Christian Brems.

 

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The Restaurant (video, 2020) by Will Benedict and Steffen Jørgensen. Exhibited in the store H.W. Larsen. Photo. Christian Brems.

 

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Dirty Hands (2020) by Steffen Jørgensen. Exhibited in Superbrugsen. Photo: Christian Brems.

 

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Working Out (My Survival) (2019), Hold Hands (2018) by Marie Munk. Exhibited in Superbrugsen. Photo: Christian Brems.

 

 

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Working Out (My Survival) (2019), Hold Hands (2018) by Marie Munk. Exhibited in Superbrugsen. Photo: Christian Brems.

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The In/Extinguishable Fire (video, 2019) by Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi. Exhibited at Art Hub Copenhagen. Still from the film by courtesy of the artist.

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The In/Extinguishable Fire (video, 2019) by Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi. Exhibited at Art Hub Copenhagen. Still from the film by courtesy of the artist.

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My mother’s room in the commune Soldug (1985–2015) by Gro Sarauw. Exhibited at KFT Asian Food Specialist. Photo: Gro Sarauw.

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Chosen Family, No Chosen Family, No Family (a study for Participatory Excitement) ((1999–)2021) by Gro Sarauw. Exhibited at KFT Asian Food Specialist. Photo: Gro Sarauw.

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Detaile from Chosen Family, No Chosen Family, No Family (a study for Participatory Excitement) ((1999–)2021) by Gro Sarauw. Exhibited at KFT Asian Food Specialist. Photo: Gro Sarauw.

For 12 days during the autumn of 2021 nine artist exhibited their work in nine different commercial premises in the former Meat Packing District in Copenhagen.  The works were exhibited on shelves, in a cooling counter or in shop windows.

The nine artists featured in the exhibition were Kasper Hesselbjerg, Mia Edelgart and Steffen Jørgensen,all of who have had residencies at Art Hub in the spring of 2021. The other six are Gro Sarauw, Adam Khalil and Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, all in residence at Art Hub in the autumn of 2021 and Linda Lamignan, Marie Munk and Jens Settergren, who are taking part in the Bikuben Foundation’s Residency-to-go programme 2021/2022.

The exhibition was an experiment in showing art in new settings and directing attention to the potential of art.

Find a folder showing a map of the exhibition here.

The exhibition was on show from 28 September – 10 October 2021. It was part of Art Week 2021 and supported by Vesterbro Lokaludvalg.

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