Livingstone’s Cabinet invites you on Thursday 17 December 2015 at 19.00 – ? to an open screening with practical examples on the floor and an artist talk based on the experimental work titled Random Performance Game.


Livingstone’s Cabinet has been working at the Experimental Station for the past month and a half developing the Random Performance Game. It is a kind of game that uses the principles of chance as a performing arts tool.
The game can be used as a tool in rehearsals and in the development of performing arts works.

Livingstone’s Cabinet worked for ten days on the floor with a group of performers, musicians and dancers who acted as rehearsal rabbits and co-developers. In addition, Pete Livingstone has been working on his own, developing the game with input from Nina Kareis (director) and Ulla Kallenback (External lecturer in Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen, Amager).
The event takes place at the Experimental Station.

Livingstone’s Cabinet is looking forward to sharing and showing examples of what the group has come up with so far.
Registration is not necessary.