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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"We are whirling through endless space, with an inconceivable speed, all around us everything is spinning, everything is moving, everywhere there is energy. There must be some way of availing ourselves of this energy more directly. Then, with the light obtained from the medium, with the power derived from it, with every form of energy obtained without effort, from the store forever inexhaustible, humanity will advance with giant strides. The mere contemplation of these magnificent possibilities expands our minds, strengthens our hopes and fills our hearts with supreme delight."

- Nikola Tesla, 1891

Below from The Orion Project

We live on a planet that is consistently producing a magnetic field that can be tapped into to power our everyday needs as a virtual free energy source. Through interactions between the inner core of our Earth and that of our Sun, there exists an enormous and vastly untapped source of power.

Nikola Tesla was among the first inventors to successfully extract and make use of this source. By pulling out electrons from the earth and surrounding atmosphere and amplifying the energy using a specific design of coils, he was then able to transmit approximately 100 million volts over an initial distance of 26 miles and illuminating a bank of 200 light bulbs and ran an electric generator, all without the use of transmission lines. Later, he nearly perfected this technology only to have it seized by groups that wanted the device destroyed and the knowledge hidden.

(Bowie as Tesla)

An inventor have recently been identified who has studied and understands this concept. He wishes to remain anonymous at this time, but his background is excellent for this work. The goal is to produce a proof of principle device that is capable of fully powering homes, offices and buildings. Once a successful device is produced, the technology behind the power generation will be scalable to run smaller equipment such as computers and mobile phones, and larger items, such as vehicles and large machinery.

Read more HERE



Portecho - "Studio Plastico"
Music Video Directed by Berkun Oya Director of Photography: Alp Korfali



Balkan Boogie Circus Night

Join the Gypsie Circus for a night on Saturday 28th of March 2009 at the new UNGDOMSHUSET on Dortheavej 61

Fenomenal circus show + Surprice

Orkestar Baxtalo (our heroes)
Jaus jaus hop i danseskoene, musik fra balkanhjertet og

Belaj Kru
Balkan table turners and Dance floor burners

Doors open at 7pm and its free for all

20:12 is a projects space in northwest corner of Copenhagen's Meatpacking
District. It is located above the nightclub Kødboderne 18 (Meat Huts 18) in what used to be a restaurant school educating chefs to cook food.
It will open on Thursday the 19th 2009 at 12 minutes past 8pm.
There will be an art exhibition, musical performances along with spoken word and a party to celebrate and talk about the plans for the space in 2009 & 2010.

For more info and such go the FACEBOOK page

Islak Köpek’s original lineup of Korhan Erel (computer, electronics, melodica), Şevket Akıncı (electric and acoustic guitars), Volkan Terzioğlu (tenor saxophone) and Volkan Ergen (percussion, computer processing) had their first performance in the summer of 2005. Following a series of performances at Galataperform and Jazz Cafe, Dirk Stromberg (electric guitar) and Robert Reigle (tenor saxophone) joined the band in January 2006. The six-piece band played regular gigs at Galataperform as well as other venues and also did some recordings, some of which released as their first album at the end of 2008.

Volkan Ergen left in the summer of 2006 to pursue other musical interests. The five-piece band played at Transit Improvisation Days with Le Quan Ninh and Kirstie Simpson, and Yanaël Plummet in June 2006, followed by a sold-out concert at the Akbank Jazz Festival in September 2006. Dirk Stromberg left the band because of teaching opportunities in Vietnam in 2007.

The remaining four members continued playing venues and making recordings, particularly with musicians such as Richard Nunns, Christian Asplund, Olivier Germain-Noureux throughout 2007 and 2008. They performed at the Body-Process festival A.M.B.E.R. and the second Transit Festival. The band also performed and continues to do so with guest improvisors from the flourishing Turkish scene, such as Umut Caglar (proprietor of the first Turkish free jazz/improv online label, Florent Merlet, Alex Toisoul, Jose Blasco, and David Brosset, all members of the Turkey-based French improv band Have You Seen My Bird.

2008 saw the joining of Dilek Acay on violin, who has been a steady member until her departure for studies in Germany end of March 2009. Kevin Davis on cello is a permanent member as of February 2009.

Islak Köpek have been doing a show on free improvisation and free jazz on Açık Radyo since May 2006, where they interviewed musicians such as Christian Asplund, Richard Nunns, Chris Cutler, and Kevin Davis. The band members performed in different combinations, including other artists in Turkey, the Netherlands, Romania, France, Belgium, Poland, Austria and Germany.

Islak Köpek’s line up as of February 2009 is:

Robert Reigle: Tenor saxophone
Volkan Terzioglu: Tenor saxophone
Dilek Acay: Violin
Kevin Davis: Cello
Sevket Akinci: Electric guitar
Korhan Erel: Computer, electronics, melodica, cracklebox

Islak Köpek have released their first album in November 2008 on A.K. Müzik ( The album features live and studio recordings of the six-piece band in 2006.

The Turkish name "Islak Köpek" means wet dog and was also part of the projects first installation in Istanbul 2007 during the 10th Istanbul Biennial and performed inside The Hall.


SAMINA BAZAI - A Triangle Artist

After two mind-blowing openings Esplanaden Gallery is proud to present the last evening of three:

the 3. part of the trilogy Kataluma by Samina Bazai.

With the exhibition Kataluma Samina Bazai creates a living filmic experiment that extends over a period of 3 weeks and with a new opening every Friday a new part of the story - which has its origins in last Friday’s events - will be revealed to the audience. The beholder will find him/herself in mysterious locations and ancient myths on a journey to a yet unknown destination…

The third film in the trilogy will be shown together with the first two films.

E S P L A N A D E N _ G A L L E R Y

Esplanaden 1c _ 1263 Copenhagen K _ www.ge3.dk_
Tuesday to friday 13-18
saturday 12-15


Samina is also part of the artist duo Paletti who has both been part of the project in New York in 2006 (as seen in the above video made on the Triangle space infront of the Triangular Flatiron building where 23rd Street meets 5th Avenue and Broadway) and in Istanbul 2007 where they were part of the legendary "Alien Invasion" performance with Albertslund Terrorkorps at Dogzstar