Heartland Festival news: ”If anything good came out of this horrible case, it’s the fact that our control…

Latest update from Heartland Festival:

”If anything good came out of this horrible case, it’s the fact that our control is better today than before”.

That’s what former CEO of Danske Bank Thomas F. Borgen said about the money laundry case, when he visited Heartland this summer. But maybe the control wasn’t enough. Three weeks ago an…

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4 days ago

Heartland Festival

We have just announced two MUSIC guests for our Program Launch on May 3rd at Charlottenborg Palace:

Look forward to a live performance by Jeuru and DJ set by Christian d'Or.
We can't wait to celebrate our program launch with you!

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We have just announced two MUSIC guests for our Program Launch on May 3rd at Charlottenborg Palace:

Look forward to a live performance by Jeuru and DJ set by Christian dOr.
We cant wait to celebrate our program launch with you!

Read more about the event here 👇
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5 days ago

Heartland Festival

We are proud to announce three new names for this year's ART program. One will welcome you with colors, one will engage your senses in a human sized art tunnel, and for the first time ever you can experience VR at Heartland!

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Farshad Farzankia
We want you to experience the art from the moment you set foot on Heartland grounds. And that is why we are very proud to present Farshad Farzankia and his first large scale site-specific installation, which also function as the main entrance for the festival. The work will be a colorful first meeting with Heartland and put the last impression before the guests leave the festival again.
Heartland and Politikens Forhal have joined forces with Farshad Farzankia to create this installation and a solo exhibition that will be presented at Politikens Forhal few weeks after Heartland.

Henrik Vibskov
This year at Heartland you will be able to enter an art piece that hopefully inspires you to interact with it, even eat from it. Artist Henrik Vibskov's latest installation "The Radish Arm Charm” is inspired by the idea of the meeting between farming, nature and technology, and encourages guests to interact and relate to the work's context. Centrally located towards the restaurant "Musling Bistro", the work will be an experience that contributes with an edible dispute for the guests on site, but also for the diners at the bistro.

Sophie Hjerl
For the first time you can experience VR art at Heartland, when Sophie Hjerl's work "Peperit 2.0" will take you on a journey, where the goal is to give an experience of being in a transitional phase between one place and another. Graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts the artist Sophie Hjerl has a background in video art, sculpture and dance but today she also works with Virtual Reality. With her sculptural expression, she is trying to put the viewer in the center of the artwork, to become a part of it.

Read more on our website 👉 heartlandfestival.dk/program-2019

More ART names TBA soon!
Remember you can download our app to stay updated 👉 www.heartlandfestival.dk/app

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