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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The Desteni Universe web site is a place where you can hear JFK talk about why he got shot, why Britney Spears is bald and how happy George Harrison still is for being able to create the music he did when he was alive...all channeled to this lovely young woman sitting in a room somewhere in South Africa. Basically she has the answers to all questions you might have, in entertaining and intense speeches by all kinds of people and historical figures, concepts, systems and thought constructs.
Open up and let it in.


(That's not including the 42.000 pages of mostly useless cover material).

Bitshslap Magazine is releasing yet another issue of useless information.
Or as Nick put's it:
"That's right, if you can put 2+2 together you'll realize we've really had our heads down and hands on the absinthe bottle for this issue. We're pretty much knocking out 100 pages of glory this time and have upped the distribution to a whopping 7000 within the inner streets of Copenhagen, which includes the few brave travellers that are to be found in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Vancouver, Sydney, Wellington and a few hundred over in Århus. We get a few web reads too, thanks to those poor bastards that can't get hold of a hard-copy."

Bitchslap magazine was created by a couple of immigrants were bored in winter, thought the grumpy danes were funny, and decided to dedicate 300 shitty, hand cropped, blood smeared, home printered substitutes for toilet paper to taking the piss.

Kids in the Kitchen/Bitchslap magazine
all content and attachments © 2007 Kids in the Kitchen.
All rights reserved.
and visit the myspace:
ARTREBELS IN THE ETHER are online...and what is Artrebels?

ArtRebels is a Cph-based creative community for designers, DJs, artist, musicians, VJs, filmmakers and other creative souls.
ArtRebels is a movement, a business, a network, a shop and a way of life.
There is also HeartRebels:
HeartRebels represents the value of the others, the appreciation of difference, diversity and culture. It aims to establish a foundation for cooperation and sharing. By giving focus to people and matters that have been marginalised, discriminated or excluded, it aspirates to uplift and create opportunities. HeartRebels go beyond borders and seeks to break down boundaries that prevent people from working together, inspire each other, teach and help each other. It recognises the impediments that exists within systems settled by political conviction, mostly dominated by neo-liberal tendencies. Its will is to disregard any form of disparity and make inclusion one of the cornerstones of its framework.

HeartRebels accentuate that cooperation beyond religion, tradition, culture and gender, is essential to emphasise to prevent unnecessary infringements. Infringements which have taken place too long in our, as well as the world society.


Ny Dansk Kunst 07 sætter igen fokus på den progressive danske kunst i årbogen Ny dansk kunst 07. Hvem markerede sig i årets løb? Hvilke udstillinger gav genlyd? Og hvilke tendenser præger kunsten netop nu?
Ny Dansk Kunst 07 er på gaden!
reception d. 23. november kl. 19 på Karriere

Event: Ny Dansk Kunst 07 reception
"Ny Dansk Kunst 07 er på gaden"
What: Preview
Host: kopenhagen publishing
When: Friday, November 23 at 7:00pm
Where: Karriere

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The only way to define the art of Lydia Lunch is simply not to.

Legendary old school performance artist from The New York Underground will take on the stage of Dogzstar in Istanbul, where most artists in The Triangle Project also performed on in September.

Hailed by the Boston Phoenix as "one of the 10 most influential performers of the 90's", no other artist of the 20th century has fought, forged, punched, and sculpted their own artistic vision in such a uniquely original way. Defying categorization, Lydia Lunch actively has conquered new territories, and has gained international recognition for the innovative quality of her work.

Through music, books, spoken word performances, film, video, photography, poetry and a multitude of creative endeavors, Lydia Lunch has proven to be one of the most interesting and daring artists of the current era. While many others of her generation have dissolved into the trappings of commercialism, her artistic vision has, through the years, been strengthened, redefined, and focused into an expression uniquely her own.

Baptized as a confrontationalist, Lydia Lunch commenced at age 16 as primal screamer and guitar guerrilla for the seminal "no-wave" band Teenage Jesus and the Jerks (1976). In early 1978, artist and producer Brian Eno attended a series of shows put on to benefit the Artist's Space in Soho and influenced Island Records to finance an anthology LP featuring the four strongest bands- Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, The Contortions, Mars and DNA. The resulting recording, entitled No New York and produced by Eno, remains as one of the most impressive — and extraordinarily bold — debuts of the time.

Simultaneous to Teenage Jesus, Lunch formed Beirut Slump, released one single and recorded an album's worth of material. Her solo debut, 1980's Queen of Siam, proved to be one of her most acclaimed efforts, influencing an entire generation of underground bands and artists. Flavored with a big-band cabaret sound provided by The Billy Ver Plank Orchestra, featuring sophisticated arrangements by Ver Plank himself, and an appearance by noted guitarist Robert Quine, the album proved that Lunch could embark in new directions and succeed.

Also a critical success and favorite of the New York rock reviewers, her next band, 8 Eyed Spy brought Lunch into a more traditional rock format. After 1982's 13.13, which featured former members of the Weirdos, Lunch began a series of collaborations, working with Nick Cave and The Birthday Party on the EP The Agony Is the Ecstasy, as well as Einsturzende Neubauten, Die Haut, Sort Sol, The Swans' Michael Gira, Marc Almond, and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth.

What: Performance
When: Thursday, December 6 at 9:00pm
Where: Dogzstar, Istanbul

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Exhibition at the Institute for Wellness

A collaboration between artists Peter Lorenz and Samina Bazai - as a
part of the project "The robbery". The photo is first shown at the
institute for wellness from the 15-17 nov 2007, Copenhagen Denmark.

Opening hours 4-8 pm
Vesterbrogade 14
1620 Copenhagen V



Cyprus-born Stelios Arcadiou, known as Stelarc, is an Australian-based performance artist whose work “explores and extends the concept of the body and its relationship with technology through human-machine interfaces incorporating medical imaging, prosthetics, robotics, VR systems and the internet.”

He recently generated quite a controversy after having an ear grafted onto his forearm in the name of art. He said that his extra ear, made of human cartilage, is an augmentation of the body's form. Some surgeons questioned whether such an operation should have been carried out, given the absence of clinical need while some patients who had similar surgery to correct a birth defect said she found the artist's work offensive.

The blending of art and science is highly praised by the Raelians as the message given to Rael by his alien friends clearly state that all life forms were created by human beings who combined their advanced genetic understanding with a high artistic sense.
“If life had been created by scientists only, it would be functional and grey” said Rael in one of his recent addresses to students. This is unfortunately perfectly illustrated by the comments of these surgeons from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons who are questioning the ethics of the operation, arguing that operations should only be performed for “obvious clinical or psychological benefits”.
Well one might ask; an ear on the that a earm?