Artist Exchange & Collaboration Experiments.

The main intention of The Triangle Project is to create relationships, collaborations, interaction, exchange, awareness and new perspectives between creatures all over the universe. However most of the time between Copenhagen, Istanbul and New York.
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FRANKA - Just arrived from the Triangle adventures in New York and booked for several gigs around Denmark and in Sweden for the spring and summer. The above image is by Taylan Yilmaz who also did a video with FRANKA for one of her next releases. 

The other video for the track called Franchise is done by New York director George Maracineanu, to the far right in the above image taken at the shoot. At Dome of Vision on May 16th, FRANKA will most likely bring some New York energy and who knows, maybe a new track?

More info about FRANKA HERE

M:O:T:U [Masters Of The Universe] The extravagant Synth Pop / Future Pop band M:O:T:U [Masters Of The Universe] originates from Denmark, and is ready to present their very exciting and new concept-album and live-show with a unique sound, to the world. A style you haven´t seen done in this way before.

M:O:T:U is a mixture between the music genre Synth Pop and Future Pop: Melodic, electronic with powerful vocals. 

M:O:T:U (Masters Of The Universe) combines a number of different electronic styles and have created their own unique sound. Electro, ambient and techno-industrial elements are used in combination with a definite pop sensibility and a dark twist. The vocal is powerful and distinct with a range spanning from deep to high, soft to operatic.

Lucas Alexander (above right) is the lead singer and frontman with 3 main musicians behind him, lead by composer Claus Collstrup (above left), and also a backing vocalist.

The songs are mainly storytelling which illuminates everything between heaven and earth, hell and beyond – fairy-tales, conspiracy, sci-fi cinematic and supernatural phenomena.

The band´s sound is a mixture of the music of the future and the 1980´s synth new wave.

M:O:T:U has appeared on several TV shows, mainly in Denmark and is an experienced live band - with a stage show that includes strong colored lights, stage smoke and the sound in a grand presentation.

The double cello/vocal duo SOMA & LIL makes sounds, strings and horsehair vibrate to unrecognizability. Acoustic electro chock, comforting uncomfortability, beautiful ugliness. 
They explore how the well known and the unheard melt together.

Tonny Flex started doing music in 2011. With his computer, a microphone and a kaosspad soundscapes began to take form. Soundscapes that often embody minimalistic passages, southing vocals, and sometimes chaotic sounds but mainly within a known form. Tonny Flex also combines different styles such as electronica with more hip-hop oriented beats that and finally adding bleak and melancholic lyrics and melodies. In this way Tonny Flex experiments with what the pop/popular music is.

More about Mr Flex HERE

Ole Lillelund is a Danish author and poet. It is fair to say that he could be called the Danish version of William Burroughs. He has spent his life on the roads around the world, under the stars and under the ground. He has released numerous books and performs his magic all over Denmark on a regular basis. On May 16th he will perform together with the duo Silencio Fobia.

More about Ole HERE

Firoozeh Bazrafkan is a Danish Irianian born artist who grew up fighting off The Law of Jante with a clenched fist. Her work is online the most seen art in Denmark 2014, not by the art world, but the main stream audience who usually would not even look at or be interested in art. A recent realtime web reality show about her, broke one of the largest Danish Newspapers LIVE screening server, due to viewer storm. Her Islam critical art has been embraced by the Danish Right wing population, who follows her every move online on various social media platforms. She has a huge following of Danish men, who often comments on the shape and size of parts of her body. 

She is often threatened by individuals who have been so provoked by her work, that they find a need to hurt her. She puts her neck out, but luckily she is a fierce woman who can stand her ground, a concept that is part of the performance aspect of her work. Firoozeh's defence of her work actually being art, is as big a part of the process in her work, as the work itself. It often deals with Firoozeh's need to push the envelope, just a little bit further. May it be about Islam, Christianity, Sexuality, moronic stand-up comedians, sexist men and life of a woman who has a sentence for blasphemy. An Iranian born Woman sentenced for blasphemy about Islam, in Denmark.

More about Firoozeh HERE

Christian Gade Bjerrum was born in Colombian, adopted and grew up in Denmark.
He graduated from The Acting School of Århus in 2009. However he chose not to continue his acting career for another 4 years. Instead he created the brand “Mr. Green” that combined environmental awareness with its alternative approach of communication and public interventions that generated great attention during the COP15 in Copenhagen. Furthermore Christian became a certified Bikram Yoga teacher and is soon about to attend an international 2-year leader course called CGT, based on Mayan Indian Earth Wisdom. 

As a professional actor he has worked with great film directors (Lars von Trier, Ole Chr. Madsen) stage director Elisa Kragerup and Paolo Nani. He has worked in many different settings such as The Velvet State, DR2, shopping malls, on the street, in the forest and in countries such as Nigeria, Mexico, Colombia, Russia, United States, Spain, Germany and Denmark. In his artistic work, that most often goes beyond the conventions of traditional theatre, Christian always strives to combine his acting with his various talents of communication, yoga, Earth Wisdom, environmental activism and film.

Christian has created his first monologue, “Dad”, which is to be played at the CPH:STAGE festival in Copenhagen in June.                      

More about the monologue Dad HERE

Claus Ankersen is a writer, performer and spoken-word artist who studied Communivation and Philosophy at Aarhus University and University of California in Santa Barbara, along with Anthropology at Copenhagen University. He has been part of The Triangle Project since 2008 and have often been likened to beat poet Allen Ginsberg and Hunter S. Thompson. 

More about Claus HERE

Rexi Lex is a Danish DJ who had played all over the Copenhagen underground scene. She also does her own events and works at the Copenhagen Meat Packing District club KB18, where upstairs was the studio and gallery for parts of The Triangle Project in 2009. 

Please enjoy Rexi Lex's above Soundcloud mixes.

Torben Dalhof is the official Triangle Guru in Copenhagen, in the same way Neke Carson and Anton Perich is in New York. His wise words and good laugh keeps the energy high among the Triangles.

On May 16th at Dome of Visions, Torben will show his work that was done in collaboration with Fuglsang in 2012. The paintings has been re-designed as a Pyramid Tent by Tom from Sombra Projects, in the same way he did with Brendon Stuarts Pyramid Tent that has been shown in Roskilde 2013 and in New York April 2014.

Jesper Hyuk Larsen will show his photography that he did in New York in April. He came to the great city with a fresh eye and shot things a jaded New Yorker would never see. Jesper's Triangle Painting that he showed in New York, will also be exhibited, even if he gave it to DJ Triangle Lover for his birthday. Jesper came back to Copenhagen after New York with the energy that produced a wonderful solo exhibition at BLÅ Gallery in Copenhagen's somewhat still underground Nørrebro District.

Anne Gade Bjerrum, who happens to be the sister of Christian Gade Bjerrum will also join forces at Dome of Vision spreading the good word and keeping track of the tracks that needs to be kept track of.

Gry Worre Hallberg and Sisters Hope will grace the evening with their presence in, around and throughout the Dome of Visions on May 16th on Søren Kirkegaard's Space next to the Black Diamond.

DJ Triangle Lover (former DJ Whitelines) will on the wheels of steel play mostly black vinyls. Many of the tunes will be colorful and the beats rather funky.


It will take place at Dome of Visions
Søren Kirkegaards Plads by the Black Diamond Public Library
May 16th 2014

More info HERE



"According to Eastern mystics, occultists, and Amazonian shamans, there is only one consciousness that expresses itself through the creative medium of space and time.
This consciousness fragments itself into myriad tiny shards in order to learn about its own expressive capacities. If this view is correct, then the intention of civilization should be to mesh all of these fragments back together into a harmonic, ever-changing whole. We could explore university in diversity, and overcome the false dualism between the individual and collective by reimagining our world as a collaborative work of art."

Daniel Pinchbeck, 2014

On May 16th 2014 at 6:00PM, Intentional Art will be launched in Copenhagen. A wonderful group of people have been asked to be part of the launch event and panel in connection to the launch. They are:

(photo by Martin Lehmann/Politiken)

Gry Worre Hallberg operates in the intersection of performance art, research, activism and future studies continuously executed in 1:1 co-created experiments such as Dome of Visions, Sisters Academy and In100Y.

 She currently works on the project Sensuous society: Beyond economic rationality – Suggesting a sensuous mode of being in the world. For many years she has aimed at enriching environments with an aesthetic dimension through the use of performance art, universe design and ‘fiction pimping’. 

Gry is the co-founder of a range of organisations and movements within the field of performance art applied in a series of different everyday-life contexts. Besides her performance art practice she is an Associate at Performance Design, Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies at Roskilde University. 
Furthermore, she is the Artistic director and head curator of Dome of Visions and the performance curator of the Roskilde festival.

(photo by Jan Grarup/Politiken)

Ole Fogh Kirkeby is a Danish philosopher and a professor at Copenhagen Business School in the Philosophy of Leadership. He is a Doctor of Philosophy from Aarhus University, graduated with honours, 1994, with the dissertation "Event and Body-mind. A phenomenological-hermeneutic Analysis". He has an MA ( in the History of Ideas from Aarhus University. As a professional philosopher, Kirkeby focused on the event as the centre of being. In order to describe the event, he conceived it as a way in which the body-mind (his neologism) absorbed the event by being absorbed by it. 
The media in which this takes place is language. Thus Kirkeby combined the theory of language games, and the phenomenological tradition, with its emphasis on self-reflective being (Heidegger), and the theory of bodily incorporation developed by Merleau-Ponty, interpreted through the Stoic vocabulary of the event, into an epistemological theory of the way in which we are “evented”. In his philosophical trilogy about the event, with the volumes Eventum Tantum – The Ethos of the Event  Beauty Happens, The Aesthetics of the Event and The Self happens and The Event of Consciousness, he created a new framework for approaching the event.

More about Ole HERE

Jonathan Lang has spent more than 10 years in marketing working with hologram projection, emerging technologies, digital, social and all that other stuff healthy, ambitious, young, marketing professionals should be doing, for clients all over the world. In an attempt to save his soul (my soul actually – I don’t have an agent writing this stuff for me) he left marketing to find the meaning of life or something meaningful to spend it on. Companies spend gazillions of dollars every minute communicating empty messages with the only purpose of perpetuating consumption.I am curious to explore how big a difference just a fraction of those resources can make if they are used to actually make a difference and change something in the world - for the better

Check out Jonathan's Site HERE

Jonas Hvid Søndergaard graduated from The Royal Danish Art Academy as a painter. After many years 
of reserach into the Theosophy and Occult aspects of art, he is now one of the great inspirations to the young Danish art scene, travelling into the same areas. Theosophy is considered a part of the broader field of esotericism, referring to hidden knowledge or wisdom that offers the individual enlightenment and salvation. The theosophist seeks to understand the mysteries of the universe and the bonds that unite the universe, humanity, and the divine. The goal of theosophy is to explore the origin of divinity and humanity, and the world. From investigation of those topics, theosophists try to discover a coherent description of the purpose and origin of the universe.

One of the sacred meanings associated with the symbolism of the Triangle is the fiery aspiration of the human soul towards higher unity. Psychologically it represents the urge to escape from duality or the extension represented by the base of the triangle, a movement towards an origin or an irradiating point at the apex.

The Flower of Life is considered to be a symbol of sacred geometry, said to contain ancient, religious value depicting the fundamental forms of space and time. Sacred geometry can be described as a belief system attributing a religious or cultural value to many of the fundamental forms of space and time. According to this belief system, the basic patterns of existence are perceived as sacred, since contemplating one is contemplating the origin of all things. By studying the nature of these forms and their relationship to each other, one may seek to gain insight into the scientific, philosophical, psychological, aesthetic and mystical laws of the universe.

More about Jonas HERE

(photo by Anders Nikolaj Højrup Sørensen)

Claus Ankersen is a writer, performer and spoken-word artist who studied Communivation and Philosophy at Aarhus University and University of California in Santa Barbara, along with Anthropology at Copenhagen University. He has been part of The Triangle Project since 2008 and have often been likened to beat poet Allen Ginsberg and Hunter S. Thompson. 


The above "TOXIC TUESDAYS" video was made by Anders Nikolaj Højrup Sørensen and first time 
shown in connection to The Triangle Project screening event in connection to CPH:DOX 2013.

More about Claus HERE

Rasmus Nordqvist, Chairman of the board of The Alternative.Rasmus work as designer and teacher within fashion design. with a special focus on sustainability and talent development. He has in the past worked with projects combining art and fashion. Last fall he was part of the initiative group behind The Alternative.
The Alternative is a generous, action-oriented international party with a special focus on serious sustainable transition, everyday democracy and the entrepreneurial creative power of society and individuals. A party which has the courage to imagine a radically different future.It is important for The Alternative to emphasise the significance of culture and art and their role in the development of other life values and life strategies than material consumption and financial wealth.

Jacob Fuglsang Mikkelsen is the initiator of Intentional Art & The Triangle Project. After working on
various projects 
and concepts, he found himself not being able to explain what he was doing. 
He was just doing it. Fuglsang Mikkelsen was working on the idea of collaboration and finding issues he felt
was important to shine 
light on. This led him to the need to figure out a definition of what he felt he was doing
with being inspired by various theories and actions of Intention, Collaboration, Spirituality, Activism and
Power of Now. 
Thus Intentional Art came about.

See more about Jacob's work HERE

It will take place at Dome of Visions
Søren Kirkegaards Plads by the Black Diamond Public Library
May 16th 2014

More info HERE



The event at TBA Brooklyn will in the early evening have focus on the current situation in Turkey following the Gezi Resistance Movement in Istanbul. Film screenings* will be held with a follow-up panel debate with Turkish New York based artists, writers, journalists and activists. The panel debate will be hosted by Ahmet Bugdayci who is an editor and colommist of weekly Turkish paper Posta212 based in New York.

Digest Me!- A Food Art Performance by Dilara Erbay and Franka

Gezi was fed by tear gas and transformed it to an inspiration of an awakening. Now it’s time for digesting. Let's get rid of our "gas" a.k.a ego and release. Take me as who I am I and digest me! A magic herbal tea can help with cinnamon, ginger, fennel, anise, thyme, mint, lavender, cumin and cloves.

Brendon Stuart will show his "99%" short film and Pyramid Tent. In above from Part 9 at Roskilde Festival 2013.

Live music by the New York acoustic duo The Falconers.

Danish Sound Artist Jacob Kirkegaard, who recently was in the first Sound Art Exhibition at MoMA, with one of his amazing sets.

The next live act is the up an coming Danish solo act FRANKA, who sings, plays various instruments, sequencers, pedals and samplers creating a powerful soundscape of pleasure and pain.

Bringing the crowd onto the dancefloor is DJ Taylan with a line-up of other Istanbul DJ legends. They will play a variety of house, techno, Turkish funk and beats that will be sure to light your fire.

TAYLAN (TBA Brooklyn, Redukt, AUF) / Techouse, Techno
BERK DOGAN (Deep House Proposal) / Deep House, House
MEMOS (Soul Revue, Dark Pleasure, Dinamo) / Psychedelic Turkish Funk

*Film Screenings of: the documentary film “Year of Dreaming Dangerously – Change in Turkey” by Tom Frey and the short film from the Istanbul based photographer Charles Emir Richard that helped fund his book called “Barikat”. A wonderful, just off the press, photography book about what happened in Istanbul in the spring of 2013. Brendon Stuart & Sombra Projects's "99%" and Anders Højrup og Claus Ankersen's "Toxic Tuesdays".

The evening is presented by the Danish Beer Brand Carlsberg and there will also served cold ones as long as the supply lasts!

For more about the different artists as part of the Triangle crew, go HERE

TBA Brooklyn

Located at 395 Wythe Ave 
on the corner of South 6th St. 
and Wythe Ave in the shadow 
of the Williamsburg Bridge

Go to their facebook page HERE



For more about the Intentional Art panel go HERE
For more about the the SA_EVA launch go HERE

Go to the Facebook invitation HERE

"Intentional Art has been formulated as a manifesto highlighting a number of characteristic features: primarily the artworks are to be communicative and have a clear message, the artworks are anti-establishment, political, revolutionary, collective and democratic, process oriented and based on non-violent expressions."



Dilara Erbay is the Jamie Oliver of Turkey and is on a worldwide crusade to spread the word about new ways of understanding food from a her very specific point of taste and view. During her academic years she travelled all around Turkey, the Middle East, Asia and Europe where she was introduced to different culinary cultures and new different flavours. 

She graduated from her political sciences studies with a thesis on “The Role of Non-Government Organizations in Turkish Political Life, and the Bergama Event” and soon thereafter went to Columbia in South America to explore their culinary culture as a chef. After that she was an apprentice at Robert DeNiro's Tribecca Grill and went back to Istanbul with a huge bag of magic tricks. 

After running several successful restaurants in Istanbul, she moved to New York with her above husband and son, where she is spreading her love for food and extraordinary culinary experiences. Dilara has been part of The Triangle Project since the very beginning in 2007 and was also part of Part 2 in Copenhagen 2008.

The wonderful above video was made at one of Dilara's restaurants in Istanbul 

Jesper Hyuk Larsen A.K.A. hYUK is a autodidactic Danish artist working mainly with drawings, paintings, art installations and photography. hYUK works in a minimalistic style with observations and criticism of social and political conditions.

He exhibits his work (example above) in various galleries in the Copenhagen underground art scene and joined The Triangle Project Part 9 in connection to The Velvet State interaction at Roskilde Festival 2013. He was also part of the Part 10 in Istanbul and will in Part 11 particpate showing his work, doing live action painting and documenting the different interactions and events as part of the Triangle Project Crew.

Anne Gade Bjerrum, who was a "Lady in Red" at Part 9 at Roskilde Festival above, is the Project Manager for the Climate Actvist Group Mr. Green and has a degree in Performance Design from Roskilde University. She has collaborated with the project associated to The Triangle Project called "CO2 Green Drive" since 2010 and is currently an active part of the management team of The Triangle Project.

George W Bush from Firoozeh Bazrafkan on Vimeo.

Firoozeh Bazrafkan is a Danish Irianian born artist who grew up fighting off The Law of Jante with a clenched fist. Her work is online the most seen art in Denmark 2014, not by the art world, but the main stream audience who usually would not even look at or be interested in art. A recent realtime web reality show about her, broke one of the largest Danish Newspapers LIVE screening website, due to viewer storm. Her Islam critical art has been embraced by the Danish Rightwing population, who follows her every move online on various social media platforms. She has a huge follwing of Danish men, who often comments on the shape and size of parts of her body. She is often threatened by individuals who have been so provoked by her work, that they find a need to hurt her. She puts her neck out, but luckily she is a fierce woman who can stand her ground, a concept that is part of the performce aspect of her work. Firoozeh's defence of her work actually being art, is as big a part of the process in her work, as the work itself.

In connection to the panel debate at Gershwin Hotel, she will show one of her recent videos that was made in connection to the Reality Show performance, where she also produced several videos LIVE in realtime.
More on Firoozeh Bazrafkan on her site HERE

UPDATE: Firoozeh was not able to join the project in New York due to her previous art and how it has been received in Denmark by the judicial system.

Triangle artist Claus Ankersen have often been likened to beat poet Allen Ginsberg and Hunter S. Thompson. With this exclusive screening of a filmed life performance, the r/evolution hits northamerican soil.
The poem TOXIC TUESDAYS is about the challenge and the difficulty of keeping up hope and maintaining the spirit of healthy revolt and rebellion in todays world. Claus Ankersen have performed this piece in Denmark, Estonia, Finland - and last year also, in Ukraine. In a small way, the artist likes to think that his poetry helped make a difference there.

The above video is from The Triangle Project in New York 2008 at Gershwin Hotel, filmed by Shaky Jones.

The version of TOXIC TUESDAYS to be shown at TBA Brooklyn and Gershwin Hotel this time around, is filmed by Anders Højrup. Welcome to the r/evolution. A curious detail: When performing the poem live at a poetry festival in the Estonian city of Tartu last year, after the show Claus Ankersen was approached by a man introducing himself as university lecturer, but with the appearance of a 20 dollar mobster. He said: If you performed that poem in Russia, you would be arrested for communist propagada and put to jail. The artist naturally refused to acknowledge that the man was affilliated to any university on this planet. Toxic Tuesdays is now under translation into Russian. 

Taylan Yilmaz is a Turkish artist, filmmaker and DJ currently living in New York. He Graduated from the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul at the Department of Painting in 2005. After his studies he ran nightclubs and DJ'd in Istanbul's club scene, before going into the Turkish army. Once his service was done, he moved to New York to follow his dreams as an artist and filmmaker along with his DJ'ing in the ultimate spot on earth for such activities.

Above DJ Taylan on the Wheels of Steel. For more info and to see some of Taylan's art and films please go to his website HERE. Taylan will play at TBA Brooklyn on April 17th.

Mehmet “Memo” Erkaya is the Turkish co-owner of TBA Brooklyn and collaborator in bringing the "What is Going on in Turkey?" event to his place. More about TBA Brooklyn HERE

As mentioned in a previous post, the Danish singer and performed FRANKA is also part of the crew in New York. She studied at The Danish Music Conservatory and when in her role as FRANKA goes all out hanging her heart on her sleeve. She will perform on April 15th, 17th, 18th and 19th.

Fore more on FRANKA written in a previous post go HERE

Bess Greenberg, who have also been part of The Triangle Project several times before, will be part of the plans for Part 11 at TBA Brooklyn on April 17th. Bess is an artist/producer/curator and the founding Director of 25CPW and Red Roots Gallery. Before that, she lived in Copenhagen working as a proffessional basketball player.

25CPW Gallery was the host for a exhibition in connection to The Triangle Project Part 8 called "Empire State of Mind" in connection the New York Photo Festival, while Bess was in Copenhagen at the same time exhibiting at the Coipenhagen Photo Festival with her own work.

Bess obtaining her MFA from the International Center of Photography-Bard College photography program in New York City. She was a 2007 Jack Kent Cooke Scholar, awarded  with a New York Times photography internship in 2009 and joined the Advisory Council in Photojournalism for the Alexia Foundation in 2012.

Lately Bess has turned her focus on music and have started the duo The Falconers. In connection to her involvement with Part 11, she wil play her music in collaboration with her partner Jimmyjohn McCabe.

Turkish DJ Berk Dogan will play Deep House at TBA Brooklyn on April 17th. He is also the Label Manager of  Deep House Proposal, an enterprise that organically evolved from a Istanbul club night to a well-received podcast and then eventually an ambitious label focusing on the deeper side of the house music spectrum. 

Another Turkish DJ for the evening is MEMOS (Serhan Aydemir) who first began collecting cassette tapes in the late ’80s. Over the years, he channeled all his energy toward this passion, constantly discovering new music styles. By the mid-90s, he became a radio host in his hometown of Istanbul before launching his own show on the premier electronic/indie station

Today, the Brooklyn-based DJ/producer continues to share weekly mixes with fans and listeners on Dinamo by day and manning the decks at some of NYC’s most popular venues, including his residency at Nublu, owned by exceptional Ilhan Ersahin. He does likes to play Anatolian Psychedelic Cosmic Funk and this can not be denied.  

Michael James (to the left) - Legendary New York club promoter who is part of the EPIC Crew that among other things did nights at The Tunnel & Limelight in the 90's. In connection to Part 11, he has helped out in coordinating the two events on the 19th of April at The Griffin & Sankeys NYC

Host and moderator of the panel debate on April 17th at TBA Brooklyn called "WHAT IS GOING ON IN TURKEY?" Ahmet Bugdayci, is an editor and colomnist of weekly Turkish paper Posta212, New York. He used to work in social reseach companies in and at several economy magazines in Turkey. He has been writing about the Gezi Movement since the spring/summer of 2013 and his articles and facebook updates are read by young newly politically awakened Turks all over the world. He was part of coordinating The Triangle Project Part 1 in Istanbul 2007, is married to above mentioned chef Dilara Erbay and his work can be read, and if needed google translated, on HERE

Kamau Patton - more HERE

Estrella Nova Martinez - has been part of The Triangle Project since 2008 and is a DJ, Artist, Dancer and spreader of good energy on dancefloors all over Brooklyn.

Brendon Stuart - in above photo he was preparing to put together his pyramid tent in connection to Part 9 at Roskilde Festival 2013. In connection to Part 11, he will install the Pyramid Tent and show his "99%" film.

Daniel Pinchbeck - More in THIS post

Nicolette Ramirez - More HERE

Noah Fischer - More HERE

Gabriel Don  is a multidisciplinary artist or Renaissance woman who works in a variety of mediums.More about Gabriel HERE

The Moderator of the panel debate on April 18th at Gershwin Hotel will be hosted by Katherine Jánszky Michaelsen,  a professor in the History of Art Department, and chair of the Master of Arts program in Art Market: Principles and Practices at the Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY. More info HERE.

Jacob Kirkegaard - More HERE

The New York Artist John Lohse and Energy Raiser Mislim Ruci are part of the New York angle of the Triangle, and have collaborated in making Part 11, and many other things happen.

The Danish artist Jacob Fuglsang Mikkelsen, who is the facilitator and initiator of The Triangle Project.

The event on April 18th is hosted by Neke Carson above, who have inspired to the conceptual thinking to The Triangle Project and have been involved with the project since 2008.

The above image of Anton Perich standing next to his painting of Ataturk in Istanbul 2005, was part of The Triangle Project, before it became The Triangle Project.