Experience the performance created for the exhibition Celeste at Copenhagen Contemporary – a cross disciplinary piece created in collaboration between Cæcilie Trier, August Rosenbaum, Lea Guldditte Hestelund and Ea Verdoner.
The ticket gives access to the performance and CCs additional exhibitions.
Please make sure to arrive early so that you have time to show your negative COVID-19 test.
The performance will take place in the exhibition in CC’s Hall 3 and has a duration of about 1 hour. It is possible to move freely around in the exhibition during the performance.
Celeste marks the meeting of the four distinct practices of Cæcilie Trier, August Rosenbaum, Lea Guldditte Hestelund and Ea Verdoner.
Centred around a circular crater, Celeste unfolds as a visual and sonic narrative that lets the audience immerse and lose themselves in the sensuous space. Sound, sculpture, video, fragrance and performance is merged within the exhibition space emphasising individual interconnectedness to others; things and beings – through tempo, position, scale and accessibility.
During the duration of the exhibition, a series of performances will transform the installation into a cohesive circuit of relations between human beings and other presences, between the audience and a soloist, culminating in a concert by Trier and Rosenbaum. Read more about the exhibition here.
About the performance
During the duration of the exhibition, a series of performances will expand the exhibition’s exploration of time and presence. Here, the artists will animate the space along with a solo dancer. These performances constitute a central point of tension where the installation is transformed into a cohesive circuit of relations between human beings and other presences, between the audience and a soloist, culminating in a concert by Trier and Rosenbaum.
Performers: Cæcilie Trier, August Rosenbaum, Olivia Riviere.
This performance is also part of the program for Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2021.
Celeste is supported by
Det Obelske Familiefond
Knud Højgaards Fond
William Demant Fonden
Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansen Fond
August 12th 20:00 p.m. – 21:00 p.m.
August 13th 18:00 p.m. – 19:00 p.m.
September 3rd 20:00 p.m. – 21:00 p.m.
September 4th 17:00 p.m. – 18:00 p.m.
AFLYST September 5th 17:00 p.m. – 18:00 p.m.
NB: The exhibition will be closed off 1 1/2 hour before each performance due to preparations.
Information about COVID-19
Visitors aged 15 or over must show a negative COVID-19 test taken within the previous 72 hours. Documentation of either a negative antigen test (also known as a quick test) or a negative PCR test (throat swab), a positive COVID-19 test must include your name, time of when the test was taken and test result.
Access to the exhibition does not require you to book a time slot from home due to CC’s large area of 7,000 sqm.
Please have the documentation ready for inspection upon arrival. You must present the documentation either in print or as a screenshot on your phone.
Visitors who have proof of completed vaccine (minimum two weeks since last vaccine before visiting) do not need to present a negative test.
In connection with this, visitors aged 15 or over must also show ID. This may be a driving licence, the yellow national health service card, passport or other official ID issued by the authorities.
Visitors who have been infected by COVID-19 do not need to provide a negative test, however have to present proof of a positive COVID-19 test that is between 14 and 180 days old.
Children up to and including 14 years of age are not required to present a negative test.