ASTRID NOACKS ATELIER

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    • Astrid Noacks Atelier
    • Rådmandsgade 34
    • 2200 København N
    • cp@astrid-noack.dk

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ANA Local

Molly Haslund Molly Haslund in Astrid Noack’s Studio

01.04.20 - 30.04.20

In 2010 the social housing area Mjølnerparken on Nørrebro in Copenhagen became a fixture on the Danish government’s so-called ghetto list. The area’s tough reputation has haunted it for decades: gang conflicts, social problems, cultural challenges and juvenile delinquency have made Mjølnerparken known as an exposed residential area in negative development. Since 2010 the ghetto criteria have been tightened twice. Restrains that withholds Mjølnerparken on the ghetto list.

According to the new legislation Mjølnerparken is, and will always be, a ghetto – at least until it is sold. Family homes will be reduced to 40 percent. The implication of this is that 156 of the 260 apartments must be disposed of if Mjølnerparken is to comply with the new ghetto law. The initiative has caused great indignation, especially among the housing’s residents, who are obliged to leave their homes. Even though the housing company Bo-Vita has offered voluntary re-housing for the residents, who must be vacated as a result of the sale, most of them will become homeless. They cannot afford to pay for the new apartments, which they have been offered.

In the wake of this problematic issue about the sale of Mjølnerparken artist Molly Haslund will work with the themes ’relocation and affiliation’ as well as related questions such as: what does it mean to belong – and to move? And which emotional responses are attached to these states of mind? The first part of the exhibition consists of a month-long research period in April followed by a publicly available part in June. During spring and summer 2020 the artist’s work will be further developed and can therefore be experienced in several stages.

Based in ANA and on the basis of her research Haslund will produce and construct a performance text on the topic ‘to move’ during April. The starting point for Haslund’s research is ‘the spoken language,’ which forms around the topic. The performance text will therefore be created from sound recordings and transcriptions of conversations (which will take place via Skype, e-mail and telephone due to Covid-19) as well as autobiographical notes. In parallel, Haslund will work with models for sculptures, which later, in connection with the artist’s exhibition in ANA in June, will be a part of a larger installation and a final performance, which will merge the performance text, Astrid Noacks Studio and the audience.

Haslund’s performance will be staged several times during the period 8th of June – 14th of June.

Dates and times will be announced later.

Saturday the 25th of April Molly Haslund and architect and Ph.D. scholar at KADK Anne Pind were supposed to participate in Radical Reading Room in ANA, as a part of Copenhagen Architecture Festival. Due to Covid-19 the festival has unfortunately been postponed. At a later date Copenhagen Architecture Festival will therefore invite Molly Haslund and Anne Pind to a ‘radical reading’ with emphasis on the present gentrification and grooming of the city of Copenhagen. Here, following the overall theme of the festival, The Welfare City in Development, Haslund will present some of the texts she prepared during her research period in April.

A new date will be announced later on.

Molly Haslund holds an MFA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts ((2000-2005)) and has studied at Glasgow School of Art, Scotland (2003-2005).

The exhibition programme at Astrid Noack’s Studio is supported by The Danish Arts Foundation and Nørrebro Lokaludvalg.

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ANA Local

Molly Haslund Molly Haslund in Astrid Noack’s Studio

01.04.20 - 30.04.20

In 2010 the social housing area Mjølnerparken on Nørrebro in Copenhagen became a fixture on the Danish government’s so-called ghetto list. The area’s tough reputation has haunted it for decades: gang conflicts, social problems, cultural challenges and juvenile delinquency have made Mjølnerparken known as an exposed residential area in negative development. Since 2010 the ghetto criteria have been tightened twice. Restrains that withholds Mjølnerparken on the ghetto list.

According to the new legislation Mjølnerparken is, and will always be, a ghetto – at least until it is sold. Family homes will be reduced to 40 percent. The implication of this is that 156 of the 260 apartments must be disposed of if Mjølnerparken is to comply with the new ghetto law. The initiative has caused great indignation, especially among the housing’s residents, who are obliged to leave their homes. Even though the housing company Bo-Vita has offered voluntary re-housing for the residents, who must be vacated as a result of the sale, most of them will become homeless. They cannot afford to pay for the new apartments, which they have been offered.

In the wake of this problematic issue about the sale of Mjølnerparken artist Molly Haslund will work with the themes ’relocation and affiliation’ as well as related questions such as: what does it mean to belong – and to move? And which emotional responses are attached to these states of mind? The first part of the exhibition consists of a month-long research period in April followed by a publicly available part in June. During spring and summer 2020 the artist’s work will be further developed and can therefore be experienced in several stages.

Based in ANA and on the basis of her research Haslund will produce and construct a performance text on the topic ‘to move’ during April. The starting point for Haslund’s research is ‘the spoken language,’ which forms around the topic. The performance text will therefore be created from sound recordings and transcriptions of conversations (which will take place via Skype, e-mail and telephone due to Covid-19) as well as autobiographical notes. In parallel, Haslund will work with models for sculptures, which later, in connection with the artist’s exhibition in ANA in June, will be a part of a larger installation and a final performance, which will merge the performance text, Astrid Noacks Studio and the audience.

Haslund’s performance will be staged several times during the period 8th of June – 14th of June.

Dates and times will be announced later.

Saturday the 25th of April Molly Haslund and architect and Ph.D. scholar at KADK Anne Pind were supposed to participate in Radical Reading Room in ANA, as a part of Copenhagen Architecture Festival. Due to Covid-19 the festival has unfortunately been postponed. At a later date Copenhagen Architecture Festival will therefore invite Molly Haslund and Anne Pind to a ‘radical reading’ with emphasis on the present gentrification and grooming of the city of Copenhagen. Here, following the overall theme of the festival, The Welfare City in Development, Haslund will present some of the texts she prepared during her research period in April.

A new date will be announced later on.

Molly Haslund holds an MFA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts ((2000-2005)) and has studied at Glasgow School of Art, Scotland (2003-2005).

The exhibition programme at Astrid Noack’s Studio is supported by The Danish Arts Foundation and Nørrebro Lokaludvalg.

ANA Air

Johan Tirén While the city grows

01.05.20 - 15.05.20

Johan Tirén is invited to do a site-specific exhibition project at Astrid Noack’s Atelier. The project consists of two parts, a shorter residency in May, followed by an exhibition in October 2020. The idea is that the experiences, and findings from the research stay in May, is developed into a public project to be shown in ANA or in the surrounding public space of Ydre Nørrebro.

In the project with the preliminary title “While the city grows” Tirén will from an artistic point of view look into some of the key issues and questions we face in todays urban development. For whom are we building the “new” city, what happens to the people and the businesses that are already in place? And if everything is planned, where do we find the openings that the unplanned is offering us today?

Johan Tirén (b. 1973) holds an MFA from Malmö Art Academy (2004) and has studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (1998–2003). He works in different media, such as drawing, graphics, video, and text, and uses his research-based artistic practice both inside the art institution and outside, for instance in city planning processes with a special focus on social problematics concerning sustainability and planning. He strives to be open and precise in his artistic work, looking for a political acuity that does not loose sight of art’s poetic qualities. Tirén has exhibited widely, for instance at Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, Galleri Tom Christoffersen, and Overgaden, and has together with colleague Anna Högberg done public commissions for Statens Konstråd and Örebro Kommun.

The exhibition programme at Astrid Noack’s Studio is supported by The Danish Arts Foundation and Nørrebro Lokaludvalg.

 

Past events

ANA Forum

Molly Balsby, Emeli Bergman og Marianne Larsen Oplæsninger mellem vinter og forår nr. 3 – UDSKUDT!

29.03.20

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Søndag d. 29 marts kl. 14-16 skal vi høre tre kvindelige forfattere læse op. Molly Balsby læser op fra sin debut Ponyprivilegiet, Emeli Bergman læser nye tekster op, og Marianne Larsen, som efterhånden har et langt forfatterskab bag sig, vil pluklæse fra nogle af de seneste års udgivelser.

‘Oplæsninger mellem vinter og forår’ er arrangeret af forfatter og musiker Claus Handberg.

OPLÆSNINGEN ER UDSKUDT PGA. CORONA-VIRUS!

Oplæsningen er støttet af:

ANA Forum

Claus Handberg Skriveworkshop ved Claus handberg – UDSKUDT!

28.03.20

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Lørdag d. 28. marts er der skriveworkshop med Claus Handberg i Astrid Noacks Atelier kl. 13-16. Dagen kommer til at bestå af både litterære læsninger og skriveøvelser.

Workshoppen er uformel og åben for alle, og det er gratis at deltage – men husk skriveværktøjet!

Vel mødt!

SKRIVEWORKSHOPPEN ER UDSKUDT PGA. CORONA-VIRUS!

ANA Forum

Basim Alansar, Claus Handberg og Ursula Andkjær Olsen Oplæsninger mellem vinter og forår nr. 2 – UDSKUDT!

22.03.20

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Søndag d. 22 marts kl. 14-16 lægger ANA ramme om den anden af tre  ‘oplæsninger mellem vinter og forår’. Denne dag blandes bolsjerne, da tre meget forskellige digtere læser op. Basim Alansar og Claus Handberg læser begge nye og upublicerede digte op, og Ursula Andkjær Olsen læser fra sin spritnye udgivelse Mit smykkeskrin.

‘Oplæsninger mellem vinter og forår’ er arrangeret af forfatter og musiker Claus Handberg.

OPLÆSNINGEN ER UDSKUDT PGA. CORONA-VIRUS!

ANA Forum

Claus Handberg Skriveworkshop ved Claus Handberg – UDSKUDT!

21.03.20

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Lørdag d. 21. marts er der skriveworkshop med Claus Handberg i Astrid Noacks Atelier kl. 13-16. Dagen kommer til at bestå af både litterære læsninger og skriveøvelser.

Workshoppen er uformel og åben for alle, og det er gratis at deltage – men husk skriveværktøjet!

Vel mødt!

SKRIVEWORKSHOPPEN ER UDSKUDT PGA. CORONA-VIRUS!

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Kryds4Spor

Kryds 4 spor er Ulartus At vigna, ego essi confen tabus noccite restrorum aperent? Nos, vid nerei iam iam. Catia nos omni in test intisque critabu sperum. Nos is inatius quonsus, tum dum dum, mo viu que cupimus convestea iam iam dienimus consi pre ex strum simihili peri tarions ultoruntimer acienius re co es senaris con ali percenatus praetor unteren atuusa vivatis. Ut porende factandes facips, sum iam autelum int adhuit perum recessu listantrid fue consum satiostre condam init. Am publica voludetis.
Ucepsessere cortemque co ium pat re, sulabus hum.

  • ANA Air
  • ANA AIR is an artist in residence program ...
  • ANA Kids' Studio
  • ANA BØRNEATELIER er inspireret af Astrid Noacks lokale engagement, gæstfri sind og høje kunstneriske niveau. Børneatelieret inviterer Nørrebros børn indenfor i et uformelt rum, hvor deres hverdag samt bydeldens særegenheder danner rammen om eksperimenterende kunstneriske processer. Børneatelieret arrangerer workshop i samarbejde med professionelle kunstnere, der blander og bryder med kunstens genrer, og som tager afsæt i børnene selv og deres liv og hverdag på Nørrebro. Med afsæt i blandt andet bevægelse, performance, lyd og billedkunst vil børnene komme til at se og udtrykke sig på nye måder, hvor det er processen, tiden og fordybelsen, der bliver lagt vægt på.
  • ANA Forum
  • ANA FORUM er et diskussionsrum, som bearbejder de indtryk, der kommer fra de øvrige 3 spor i programmet ved at diskutere og perspektivere dem. Formålet er at indsamle og dele viden og skabe fælleserfaringer i dialog med andre aktører, som ligeledes arbejder med at forbinde kunstarterne, by og borgere. ANA FORUM opfordrer til debat om, hvordan publikumsrollen kan nytænkes for at bane vej for deltageren, der aktivt får mulighed for at revurdere borgerens ståsted i samfundet. ANA FORUM undersøger de steder, hvor æstetikken møder etikken, politikken og samfundet lige omkring os. Kunstnere og debattører inviteres til at kuratere og facilitere debatter, workshops og større seminarer.
  • ANA Local
  • ANA LOKAL er et program der forbinder lokale kunstnere med mennesker, som bor og arbejder på Ydre Nørrebro. Programmet vægter projekter, som aktivt engagerer sig i den sociale kontekst, går i dialog med stedet og den offentlige sfære i relation til det urbane miljø, dets brugere og beboere. I forlængelse af ANAs kuratoriske princip om tilknytning opfordres de inviterede ANA LOKAL kunstnere til, ud over at lave deres egne produktioner, at indgå i netværket omkring ANA AIR og i udviklingen af Børneatelieret. På denne måde skabes der rum for inspiration og for nye spontane og kollektive fællesproduktioner. På tværs af kunstarterne, i par eller enkeltvis, vil billedkunstnere, scenekunstnere, digtere og musikere skabe koncerter, oplæsninger, performances, udstillinger og hybrider af disse.

Preservation Work

Kryds 4 spor er Ulartus At vigna, ego essi confen tabus noccite restrorum aperent? Nos, vid nerei iam iam. Catia nos omni in test intisque critabu sperum. Nos is inatius quonsus, tum dum dum, mo viu que cupimus convestea iam iam dienimus consi pre ex strum simihili peri tarions ultoruntimer acienius re co es senaris con ali percenatus praetor unteren atuusa vivatis. Ut porende factandes facips, sum iam autelum int adhuit perum recessu listantrid fue consum satiostre condam init. Am publica voludetis.
Ucepsessere cortemque co ium pat re, sulabus hum.

Bevaringsværdigt baggårdsmiljø ved Astrid Noacks Atelier

13.09.17

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DAC inviterer til unik aften med udstilling, talk, koncert og katalogudgivelse om Astrid Noacks Atelier, en eksperimenterede kunstscene fra Rådmandsgade, ydre Nørrebro.

På aftenen vil Mikkel Bogh, direktør for SMK og Arkitekt Erik Brandt Dam fortælle om deres arbejde med Astrid Noacks Atelier og kamp for at bevare et klassisk københavnsk baggårdsmiljø. Aftenen byder samtidigt på koncert med musikere fra baggårdens øvelokaler.

TILMELDING HER
https://billetto.dk/e/hvad-er-bevaringsvaerdigt-talk-udstilling-og-koncert-om-astrid-noacks-atelier-pa-ydre-norrebro-billetter-212334

Medlemmer af ANA kommer gratis ind. Bliv medlem her: http://bit.ly/2xYVIPJ

Overalt i landet ser vi de klassiske baggårdsmiljøer forsvinde i takt med, at der bliver renset ud i de gamle by-karréer og nybyggeri knopskyder, hvor der er plads. Men på Rådmandsgade4på ydre Nørrebro sker der noget andet.

Foreningen Astrid Noacks Atelier har, med udgangspunkt i en af Danmarks første kvindelige billedhuggeres historiske baggårdsatelier, skabt et miljø for kunst, musik og samskabelse med kvarterets lokale beboere.

DAC inviterer til en aften med talk om den eksperimenterende kunstscene “Astrid Noacks Atelier” om hvorfor det er så vigtigt, at vi udvider forståelsen af bevaringsværdig arkitektur for at sikre sammenhængskraft og virkelyst i vores byer.

Aftenen er samtidigt også en fejring af foreningens nye katalog, at Astrid Noacks atelierbygning står færdigrestaureret af arkitekt Erik Brandt Dam, og at der arbejdes hårdt på at finde midler til at restaurere resten af baggården.

Samme aften vil musikere fra øvelokalerne i Rådmandsgade sørge for lydbilleder og musik, der beskriver den helt specielle stemning som trives i baggården på Nørrebro.

Aftenens program:
17:00 Velkomstdrink i boghandlen med salg af Astrid Noacks Ateliers første udgivelse, kataloget “DET HER ER”
17:30 Introduktion ved Tanya Lindkvist, programchef, DAC
17:45 – 19:00
• Introduktion til “Astrid Noacks Atelier”, Mikkel Bogh, direktør for Statens Museum for Kunst og bestyrelsesmedlem for Fonden R34
• “Nænsom Renovering” Erik Brandt Dam, Arkitekt MAA og projektarkitekt fortæller om restaureringen af Rådmandsgade 34
• Samtale om “hvad er bevaringsværdigt”
19:30 – 21:00 Musik af bands fra øvelokalerne i Rådmandsgade

Restaureringen

03.11.11 - 05.04.20

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Restaureringen af Astrid Noacks atelier er muliggjort med en betragtelig donation fra Ny Carlsbergfondet på 1,9 millioner kroner og nænsomt realiseret ved specialhåndværkere og Erik Brandt Dam Arkitekter Aps.

Læs om Ny Carlsbergfondets begrundelse for at støtte bevaringen af Astrid Noacks Atelier her, og Line Rosenvinges artikel ‘Ånd og Mursten i Børsen i forbindelse med indvielsen den 29. november kl 14.

 

Restaureringens proces kan ses herunder. Alle fotos er taget af og tilhører Erik Brandt Dam Arkitekter Aps.

Kunstauktionen

05.04.20

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I forbindelse med Astrid Noacks 125 års fødselsdag afholdte ANA den 31. januar 2013 en kunstauktion i Kunstakademiets Festsal, Charlottenborg koordineret af Bruun Rasmussen Kunstauktioner.

Auktionen blev støttet med værkbidrag fra en lang række kunstnere:

Anette Abrahamsson, Ivan Andersen, Martin Erik Andersen, Doris Bloom, Milena Bonifacini, Kaspar Bonnén, Peter Callesen, Ursula Reuter Christiansen, Cathrine Raben Davidsen, Erik A. Frandsen, Poul Gernes, Niels Erik Gjerdevik, Erik Hagens, Lone Høyer Hansen, Hein Heinsen, Peter Holst Henckel, Emil Westman Hertz, Husk Mit Navn, Jytte Høy, Frans Jacobi, Søren Jensen, Pontus Kjerrmann, Bentemarie Kjeldbæk, Eva Koch, Joakim Koester, Elke Krystofek, Simone Aaberg Kærn, John Kørner, Malene Landgreen, Christian Lemmerz, Søren Lose, Seppo Mattinen, Albert Mertz, Anders Moseholm, Bodil Nielsen, Mogens Otto Nielsen, Bjørn Nørgaard, John Olsen, Finn Naur Petersen, Tal R., Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Jytte Rex, Kirstine Roepstorff, Julie Sass, Morten Schelde, Ole Sporring, Tove Storch, SUPERFLEX, Anne Sørensen, Hanne Lise Thomsen, Lars Tygesen, Per Ulrik, Gitte Villesen, Mette Winckelmann

Invitationen til kunstauktionen

Auktionskataloget

Astrid Noack

Kryds 4 spor er Ulartus At vigna, ego essi confen tabus noccite restrorum aperent? Nos, vid nerei iam iam. Catia nos omni in test intisque critabu sperum. Nos is inatius quonsus, tum dum dum, mo viu que cupimus convestea iam iam dienimus consi pre ex strum simihili peri tarions ultoruntimer acienius re co es senaris con ali percenatus praetor unteren atuusa vivatis. Ut porende factandes facips, sum iam autelum int adhuit perum recessu listantrid fue consum satiostre condam init. Am publica voludetis.
Ucepsessere cortemque co ium pat re, sulabus hum.

The association

Kryds 4 spor er Ulartus At vigna, ego essi confen tabus noccite restrorum aperent? Nos, vid nerei iam iam. Catia nos omni in test intisque critabu sperum. Nos is inatius quonsus, tum dum dum, mo viu que cupimus convestea iam iam dienimus consi pre ex strum simihili peri tarions ultoruntimer acienius re co es senaris con ali percenatus praetor unteren atuusa vivatis. Ut porende factandes facips, sum iam autelum int adhuit perum recessu listantrid fue consum satiostre condam init. Am publica voludetis.
Ucepsessere cortemque co ium pat re, sulabus hum.

Bliv medlem

Hvis Astrid Noacks Atelier og tilhørende baggårdsmiljø skal bevares og udvikles for eftertiden, har vi brug for dig.

Årligt kontingent

Personligt medlemskab: 150 kr.
Medlemskab for foreninger: 300 kr.
Medlemskab for firmaer/institutioner: 600 kr.

Der kan indbetales på: Reg. nr. 2105 og Konto nr. 6883606696

Husk at notere navn og email ved betaling. Og tilmeld jer Astrid Noacks Ateliers nyhedsbrev.

Contact

  • Astrid Noacks Atelier
  • Rådmandsgade 34
  • 2200 København N

  • Curator
  • Kathrine Bolt Rasmussen
  • 22 30 80 91
  • kbr@astrid-noack.dk
  • Curator
  • Charlotte Præstegaard Schwartz
  • 27 12 20 06
  • cp@astrid-noack.dk

The Board

  • Chairman
  • Victor Réne Valqui Vidal
  • 43 64 78 49
  • rvvv@dtu.dk
  • Boardmember and Artistic Director
  • Kirsten Dufour
  • 20 61 31 73
  • saas.dufour.andersen@gmail.com
  • Boardmember
  • Finn Thybo Andersen
  • 60 81 02 18
  • finnthybo@gmail.com
  • Boardmember
  • Rikke Diemer
  • 40 38 94 29
  • rikke.diemer@gmail.com
  • Boardmember
  • Mie Lund Hansen
  • 27 28 15 29
  • mielun@gmail.com
  • Treasurer
  • Helle Westergaard
  • 42 46 09 54
  • helle.hik@gmail.com