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Rundgang 2017

On 16 June, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ Schools of Visual Arts fling open the doors of Charlottenborg and the Hirschsprung block to invite everyone to our annual open house event, Rundgang

Rundgang is an annual open house event where students from the Schools of Visual Arts exhibit works and projects. Rundgang gives the students a festive opportunity to show their work to the public – and to each other.
 
The Rundgang event lasts three days, from 16 to 18 June.
 
Rundgang gives visitors a unique opportunity to delve behind the scenes at the art academy and explore what the students at the Schools of Visual Arts are getting up to. Students, educators and professors will offer visitors insight into the various projects, activities, research and teaching conducted every day at the Schools’ various laboratories, professor schools and departments. 

Once again, the Schools of Visual Arts’ Institute for Research and Interdisciplinary Studies also invites everyone to its special corner of the Rundgang event, Rundgang Research . This year’s Rundgang Research explores where and how various kinds of academic and artistic research take place at the Academy.
 
Rundgang 2017
Exhibition run: 16–18 June 2017
Admission to all Rundgang exhibitions and events is free.
 
Official opening Friday 16 June from 15.00–20.00
Saturday open from 11.00 – 18.00
Sunday open from 11.00 – 17.00

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Apollo Bar and Canteen
During Rundgang, visitors can purchase food and beverages from the Apollo Bar and Canteen at Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
 

Program

Events & performances

Friday 16 June

15:00
Opening speech by Rector Sanne Kofod Olsen
Place: Charlottenborg Slotsgård (7)

15:10-20:00
Walls and Space party
Place:Walls and Space (5)
15:10-16:00: DJ Sanne Kofod
16-16:30: Trine Munk: Musical Comedy 
16:30-17:30: DJ Hannibal Andersen
17:30-18: Albin Werle: Reenactment of the time I read an issue of The Labyrinth of the Flesh out loud
18-18:15: Marie Nørholm + Maja Liisberg: Saxofonkorrespondance
18:15-19: DJ Niels Christensen + friend 
19-19:30: Henning Lundkvist 
Artist Talk 06.03.14 (Rereading 16.06.17)
19:30-20: Back in Dirty Minutes (concert)

15:30-15:45
Live Cinema
- a guided tour ind the camera house
Place: Walls and Space chapel (6)

16:00-17:00
A glass of wine celebraring the publication of the book
Anvendt teori - 16 tekster
Come by and take a look at the book (it's for sale), talk to us. 
Place: Court yard by Grundskolen / Basic Studies (20)

17:00 -  
Rundgang Research
Place: The Institute of Resarch and Interdisciplinary Studies (21)
17:00: Welcome and introduction
17:15: Book launch and reading: Anvendt teori - 16 tekster

17:00-17:15
Live Cinema
- a guided tour ind the camera house
Place: Walls and Space chapel (6)

17:00
Den Første Nadver
Performance by: 
Navnløst Barn, Carl Plum, Miriam Kramer
Camilla Plum, Jens Kramer, Asta Plum, Wuk
Place: Billedhuggerhaven (18)
Os der er loyale til familien
samles til en første nadver
for min datter
af pomfritter og mad
fanget uden våben 

17:30
Karen Nhea
Crawl if I want to, crawl if I want to
Performance
Place: Skitserummet (14)

18:00-19:00
Ville Aleksi Laurinkoski 
Saint_e Sébastien_ne
Performance
Place: Festsalen (1)

18:00-20:00
Lecture Dinner by FORUM
Broader Network
Starter, main and dessert.
Lecture by Elin Rylander, Concert by Simon Brinck, Performance by FORUM
The lecture will be held in English.
Place: FORUM (2)
Due to limited capacity registration is required at

18:30-18:45
Live Cinema
- a guided tour ind the camera house
Place: Wall and Space chapel (6)

20:30-21:00
Monia Sander
Et kys udenfor kategori (reading) 
/ Alexander-trilogien afsluttes 
Performance
Performere: Alexander Mayah Larsen og Monia Sander
Place:The library, Institute for Research and Interdisciplinary Studies  (21)

Løbende 
Linocut by Ekstatisk Feminisme
Place: Udstillingsstedet Q (19)

The sacrifice of the hero is a group show
Place: Stall in Charlottenborg Slotsgård (7)

Saturday 17 June

12:00-15:00
Rundgang Research
Place: The library, Institute for Research and Interdisciplinary Studies (21)
12-12:45: Rikke Luther
13-13:45: Anu Ramdas
14:00: Malte Starck
14:30: Monia Sander

14:00 
Karen Nhea
Crawl if I want to, crawl if I want to
Performance
Place: Udstillingstedet Q (19)

14:00
Viktor-Emil Dupont Billund
Write wrote written
Performance
Place: Charlottenborg Slotsgård (7)
Cancelled in case of rain

15:00
Rundgang Research
Opening: Slow Violence curated by Katarina Stenbeck
Place: Kunsthal Charlottenborg (12)

16:00
Rundgang Research
Adam Fenton 
A Dozen Eggs: Mapping Painting
Place: School of Painting, studio 18. Meeting point by entrance C1 (4)

17:00
Rundgang Research
Jenny Gräf Sheppard
Sounding Bodies/Acousmatic Horizon
Place: Gate by Walls and Space (6)

18:00-20:00
Lecture Dinner by FORUM
Kartofler og Arbejde
Starter, main and dessert.
Lecture by Eskil Halberg, Concert by Simon Brinck, Performance by FORUM
The lecture will be held in Danish.
Place: FORUM (2)
Due to limited capacity registration is required at

22:00-23:00
Release concert
Alida Mølgaard Jensen og Daniel Mølholt Bülow 
wɜː(r)ld mɪˈθɒlədʒi
Place: Court yard at Hirschsprung (22)
Note: The gate to Hirschprung is closed from 18:00 and wil be opened again at 21:45 for access to the concert.

Sunday 18 June

14:00
Viktor-Emil Dupont Billund
Write wrote written
Performance
Place: Charlottenborg Slotsgård (7)
Cancelled in case of rain

17:00
Margarita del Carmen og Kristian Byskov
Presentation
Place: Udstillingstedet Q (19)

Exhibitions

FRIDAY: 15 - 20
SATURDAY: 11 - 18
SUNDAY: 11 - 17

Grundskolen / Basic Studies
Place: Basic Studies (20)

School of Painting
Place: School of Painting's studios (4 & 16) and Apollo Kantine (11)

Walls and Space
Place: School of Walls and Space (5)
(Live Cinema in the chapel (6) Friday at 15:30, 17:00, 18:30)

Language, Space and Scale
Place: School of Language, Space and Scale (10)

The School of Sculpture​ Charlottenborg
Place: The School of Sculpture (17)

Media School
Place: Media School Entrance E (9)

FORUM
Place: FORUM (2)

Exhibition of Artist Books
Laboratory for Print and 
Billedkunstskolernes Forlag
Place: Laboratory for Print (8)

Signe Boe & Marie Raffn
Rundgang
Video
Place: Redskabsskuret (13)

Jesper Christoffersen & Andreas Tang
Place: Billedhuggerhavens ”back yard” (15) 
(Etrance from Billedhuggerhaven)

Alida Mølgaard Jensen og 
Daniel Mølholt Bülow 
wɜː(r)ld mɪˈθɒlədʒi
Music, scupltures, installation and performance
Place: Court yard at Hirschsprung (22)

Johanne Østervang 
Et manifest og –
Place: Udstillingsstedet Q (19)
There is a room for children

Anna Stahn & Aske Høier Olsen
Place: PingPongrummet (3)

- Subject to errors and changes in the program

Charlottenborg Palace and the Hirschsprung block

The setting of Rundgang comprises the historic settings of Charlottenborg Palace and the Hirschsprung block.
Named after the dowager queen Charlotte Amalie, Charlottenborg Palace was built in the late seventeenth century. The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts took over parts of the mansion when it was first founded in 1754. At that point the building was owned by the founder of the academy, king Frederick V.
 
A botanical garden was established in the palace gardens in 1778. When the botanical gardens were relocated to its present-day location at Nørreport a century later, the Academy used the large site formerly used for the gardens to built the exhibition venue that is now the home of Kunsthal Charlottenborg. A remnant of the original palace gardens is now known as the Sculptors’ Garden.
 
In the 1960s the academy expanded into rooms above the former tobacco factory A. M. Hirschsprung & Sønner and the adjacent properties in the area around Peder Skrams Gade and Heibergsgade. Today, these rooms are primarily used for Basic Studies and also house several of the academy’s laboratories.