CC Cinema

CC Cinema: person – in motion

person – in motion is initiated by visual artist Marie Thams and curator Rebekka Elisabeth Anker-Møller. Featuring the art film person, screened at CC Cinema, and a series of performative conversations with Danish authors, scientists and businesspeople the project aims to engage us in the current debate about the relationship between gender and power in Danish language and society.

The film person by Marie Thams examines the term ‘chairperson’ versus ‘chairman’ and addresses the way the gendered word follows a linguistic tradition that contributes to the perpetuation of particular notions of gender and the distribution of roles and influence in society. The artwork puts the subject matter in a wider perspective and reaches out to future generations, a who have the right to define the language of the future and their own leeway.

The performative conversation will explore essential issues of gender and equity, language, working life, power structures and the right to define one’s own life. Learn more here

The project unfolds at Rønnebæksholm i Næstved, Copenhagen Contemporary, Kunsthal Nord i Aalborg and Kunsthal Aarhus between October 2022 and June 2023.

Participating artists and authors: Ingrid Baraka og Naima Yasin, Drude Dahlerup, Caspar Eric, Ida Marie Hede, Shëkufe Tadayoni Heiberg, Merete Pryds Helle, Liv Helm, Nazila Kivi, Moussa Mchangama, Ehm Eg Miltersen, Cecilie Nørgaard, Natalia Rogaczewska, Elias Sadaq og Marie Thams.

Film Screening

Marie Thams, person (2022)
Duration: 16 min.
CC Cinema 08.02.–26.02.23

Performative Conversation

23.02.23 at 17.00 – 19.00
CC Fælleslokalet (The Common Room)
Participants: Merete Pryds Helle, Liv Helm, Nazila Kivi, Natalia Rogazewska, Marie Thams and Rebekka Elisabeth Anker-Møller, moderated by Emma Holten.

About Marie Thams

Marie Thams is a visual artist, educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Visual Arts and Goldsmiths, London. Thams has exhibited nationally and internationally and works in installation, sound, film, sculpture, text and performance.

About Rebekka Elisabeth Anker-Møller

Rebekka Elisabeth Anker-Møller is a freelance curator affiliated with the SixtyEight Art Institute in Copenhagen. Anker-Møller holds a Master’s degree in Visual Culture from the University of Copenhagen and in Curating from Aarhus University.

The project has received generous support from

The Danish Arts Foundation, Beckett-Fonden, Knud Højgaards Fond, Næstved Kommune, Copenhagen Contemporary and Aalborg Kommunes Billedkunstpulje.

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