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Videos on art, literature, music, design and architecture - produced by Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark.
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“If it doesn’t kill you, it will teach you a lot, and I learned a lot from drugs and alcohol.” In this new video, American poet Eileen Myles speaks openly about writing under the influence of substances:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 17
"Emil Nolde was a Nazi – and so what?" asks contemporary German painter Daniel Richter in this video about the debate concerning German artist Emil Nolde (1867-1956):
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Louisiana Channel Apr 17
Watch the story of one of the great poets of the Arab world. How a poem written for the Syrian president sent him to school, how he got the name Adonis and how he revolutionised Arabic poetry:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 16
“Don’t think about the money.” Find out what advice Turner Prize-winning sculptor Richard Deacon would offer his peers in this NEW VIDEO:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 16
“Get up early in the morning and go to work – and say hello to people on the way.” Sound advice from a frontrunner of British sculpture, Richard Deacon, who finds that putting in the hours and treating others well will get you a long way:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 15
“There was something so powerful in seeing that realisation of the people in the spot...That something that they thought was just a throwaway insult was actually disempowering to half the planet.” Watch documentarian Lauren Greenfield on :
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Louisiana Channel Apr 14
We asked Kenneth Goldsmith – a conceptual poet who believes that art and poetry can be found everywhere – to talk about a celebrated sculpture by Giacometti. Here is how he answered:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 13
Wishing Argentinean video artist Sebastian Diaz Morales a Happy Birthday! Let the artist take you on a magical walk through the amazing rooms of Buenos Aires, where a man wanders through a building that both exists and doesn’t exist:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 12
Congratulations to American photographer Catherine Opie on receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship! Watch her talk about her captivating work: "On an individual level you can certainly create a platform for people to recognise themselves.":
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Louisiana Channel Apr 11
“We do this work as documentarians, but there’s always a little bit of a desire to be a changemaker.” Meet the acclaimed American photographer & documentary filmmaker Lauren Greenfield in our NEW VIDEO:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 10
In this new video, award-winning photographer & filmmaker Lauren Greenfield talks about her groundbreaking projects. Through documentaries, photographs and commercial spots, she uncompromisingly captures the times in which we live:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 10
“The Mediterranean Sea is becoming a frontier and not a liquid bridge,” says Claudio Magris (b.1939), leading cultural philosopher of our time and today's birthday boy, in this video interview. Wishing Magris a Happy 80th Birthday!:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 10
“I work in a ‘do tank’ not in a ‘think tank’.” Video with Chilean Pritzker Prize-winning architect Alejandro Aravena, who shares his unorthodox path to architecture and offers us insight into the working process of Elemental:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 9
Watch Péter Nádas, one of Europe’s most significant contemporary writers, on how he writes. The Hungarian author compares his signature interplay btw. reality & imagination to “a ferry travelling back and forth from one riverbank to another.”:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 9
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Louisiana Channel Apr 9
“I have spent my life between imagination and reality.” Hungarian Péter Nádas is widely regarded as one of the key European writers today. In this NEW VIDEO, he uncovers his approach to writing:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 8
“I’m not really like an artist, I’m more like a conductor,” says conceptual artist Ryan Gander in this video interview, where he talks about how rules and restrictions actually encourage the creative process:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 7
"Music is a sphere outside that of language. It’s a different way of being present. That’s why it is so beautiful to enter,” says Danish singer-songwriter Agnes Obel in this video interview:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 6
“Art is amazing because it’s in a way unnecessary, but extremely necessary as a testimony of its time.” Video w. Swiss painter Louisa Gagliardi, who creates her surreal work digitally & adds layers of paint to the printed image:
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Louisiana Channel Apr 5
"Painting is like free-falling with the idea in your pocket.” Meet Tal R, one of Denmark’s leading painters, in this engaging and humorous interview on the nature of art:
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