Artistic Practice

In 2022 and 2023, Art Hub will invite a total of six selected artists to take part in ‘Artistic Practice’. The goal of this programme is to present a variety of artistic voices in the field of visual art.

Artistic Practice involves an interview format, taking a closer look at the practice of each artist with the aim of conveying it to the public. The interview will be held as a live event later edited into a video portrait to help boost awareness of the artist. In the interview, the individual artist meets an international visual art expert, who can shed new light on the artist’s practice The artist helps choose their own interviewer. In addition to the interview, the programme provides support, discussion and feedback in terms of building an international network.

The artists in Artistic Practice are professional Danish artists in mid-career, who have proved to be pioneering and innovative. They have exhibited mainly in Denmark, but are deemed to have international potential. It is this potential that Artistic Practice supports.

The artists are selected by a jury hence why applying for admission to the programme is not an option.

Artistic Practice is run in collaboration with the project manager/editor Karina Lykkesborg.

Artistic Practice was launched by the Bikuben Foundation. From 2019 to the spring of 2022 it was run by the foundation, which still offers a similar programme for performing artists. You can watch all previous Artistic Practice videos here.

Art Hub’s Artistic Practice programme is supported by the Bikuben Foundation.

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