Topics: sustainable transport, geopolitics, energy
Details and sample articles here.
The Petrol Thieves (working title) - speculative
A near-future suburban drama following the relationship of Margaret and Bob in Auckland, New Zealand. The story follows an intimate and very personal, local and domestic view of the way Margaret and Bob cope (or don't) with the upcoming challenges of the end of the oil age.
Currently in a later draft.
Due date: 2020
Clandestine Talks at Venice Biennale for artist Lara Favaretto 2019
Discussing the word "Reality" The talk was live streamed 17.09.2019 and is archived both on the Biennale website and the project’s dedicated web site thinking-head.net
For artist Peter Voss Knude 2019
artistic research and language editing
THE LANGUAGE OF TERROR IS TERROR ITSELF
THE TERROR OF LANGUAGE IS TERROR ITSELF
THE TERROR OF TERROR IS LANGUAGE ITSELF
An exhibition by Peter Voss-Knude curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen at Galerie Wedding, Berlin
13.09 – 26.10.2019
Publication: 'KRISOV translated' published by Galerie Wedding Sept. 2019
For artist Emeka Ogboh
Publication: Essay: A Taste of Wedding - On the Research for Emeka Obboh's Beast of No Nation Beer Project by Carrie Hampel
Book Title: POW UP - Galerie Wedding Space for Contemporary Art Berlin
Publisher: KERBER ART, Kerber Verlag
2016 The Continental Entreé - research regarding migration statistics from European countries, specifically concerning sub-Saharan African migrants. Ogboh’s work (for which Hampel was the sole researcher) was awarded the renown BöttcherStrasse Award.
2015 Berlin 030 - research, writing, voice work for sound installation for the Maxim Gorki Theater Herbst Season,
See also work for other artists
Save Bob / The Petrol Thieves: creative research for near future scenario on the end of the oil age. Global and local research specifically the likely effects of dwindling resources, climate change and economic sustainability on daily life in Western suburbia. Sourced for novel, speaker topics and journalism
1995 - 2001 See also Own Projects. The following performance pieces have a written score:
Form: interdisciplinary performance event with installations surrounding performance piece with live music, acrobatics, acting and projections.
Topic: the personal effects of free market systems. Based on observations made during the German economic transition in the 1990s
Story: focussed on the life of three friends, all working as freelancers.
The Art of Self-Pity (1998)
Solo comedy theatre piece. A stand-up performance about crying and self-pity
From the Heart of the Frightening Woman (1997)
Form: solo performance piece using comedy, acting/text, music and projections
Topic: Gender-blending and fear
The Amazon Woman in Berlin (1995)
Form: performance event with installations from various artist surrounding a solo performance piece using acrobatics/circus, acting/text, with live music and musical score by Mark Scheibe
Topic: Personal migration, distorted perspectives