The Annual Christmas Market!

December is getting closer and so is our annual Christmas Market with Jody Barton! This year we’re back at Sankt Peders Stræde with our old neighbors Din Nye Ven. We have prepared some new prints, among others some brand new etchings, two new sets of cards and a reprint of One Month, now as a special Christmas edition, offset printed on a nice paper stock. All with a christmas discount!

Some talented friends are joining us this year so be sure to mark the date and join os for some good old ‘julehygge’, gløgg and christmas shopping: December 19th at Din Nye Ven, Sankt Peders Stræde 34 14.00 – 20.00

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The Piramida Concerts

The Piramida Concerts in which Efterklang have played with symphony orchestras across Europe and in New York have almost come to an end! We found out that there are all these amazing photos from the shows online. Here is a little selection – we especially chose some that show good views of our hanging stage elements and the visual projections we did for this tour.

This one, by Judith Dekker, is from Efterklang’s show in Brussels

And this photo from the Barbican show in London is by Erik Sellgren

Here are a few by Ruth Arnold from Efterklang’s show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

And here’s another one from Brussels, from Efterklang’s own flickr page.

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The exhibition Edge – 15 Statements, at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ School of Architecture and Design, is closing soon on November 25th. If you are in Copenhagen and haven’t seen it yet, you should go and have a look, there are many very interesting projects to see.

We exhibited our work for Efterklang’s Piramida Concerts: concert visuals, stage design and also the Piramida cover artwork. This was a nice chance to show a lot of the process behind the work, and we’d love to share it with you.

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Moving Mandala Animation

This is a project we did last year, that we finally got around to putting on our website! It’s an animation piece we did for an installation at Nobis Hotel in Stockholm. The 9 minute long animation shows a series of geometric shapes moving in and out of one another to form a hypnotic moving mandala. Here are some stills from the film. You can see many more stills on our work site here. We will upload a snippet of the animation shortly.

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