We continue our series of breakfast talks in the lower east lab. This time our good friend, the Japanese artist Naho Iguchi come by the lab. The freshly made coffee and fresh baked bread will be on the table September 20th at 9:30.
“Journey to Lioness” is a framework for expressions by an artist, Naho, who thrives as a “Human Animal,” in order to reconnect to our environments: nature, cities, villages, and our inner worlds, all alike. Naho travels periodically to South Africa and spend time with lioness and the Lion Whisperer, who she considers as a role model of the Human Animal.
Come join us in her story-telling over morning coffee! Find out intentions of Journey to Lioness, get educated about wildlife and nature conservation, and motivated to go on a journey with her!
We at Lower East Lab host the event – we’ll give a short introduction to the world of Lower East and the Lower East Lab – you can also enjoy our current photo exhibition ‘today’s picture’ while you are here.
We are looking forward to seeing you in our lab!
Free entry – give us a sign if you want to join.
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Breakfast talks in the lower east lab!
We are starting a new ‘thing’ in the lower east lab; breakfast talks. Now and then we will pop-up with morning gatherings where we invite sweet and interesting people and projects to the lab. Invite for a coffee and a talk. For this debut we have on Wednesday February 21th our dear friends from Denmark; Culture Works in the lab.
We, lower east lab, will shortly present what we are doing in the lower east lab, plans and ideas for the future – and Culture Works will give an intro to their work. We will also touch what common interests we have, and why we are fascinated and inspired by each others work. From there we don’t know what will happen, maybe some Q&A, some sharing of dreams and reflections with guests showing up. We are looking forward to what you bring, what made you show up.
Give us a sign email@example.com if you want to join!
You can also let us know if you want to participate in further breakfast talks – and if you have projects, businesses or plans that could be a topic for the next breakfast talk.
Culture Works is an international cultural agency that creates concepts, brand activation and iconic events. The agency consists of all sorts of creatives from designers, engineers to writers and craftsmen. United by the love for culture and urge to create. From the offices in Aarhus and Copenhagen, they design and execute activations and brands all over Europe. But what really sets Culture Works aside from other creative agencies is the fact, that approx. half of the projects are their own. Like Creativity World Forum 2017 – Europe’s largest conference on creativity in 2017, which gathered more than 2000 creatives from all over the world in a November cold Aarhus.
Check their website for more info.