Press meeting for India Today Copenhagen Tomorrow



Mathias Ussing Seeberg gives the press an introduction to the exhibition ‘INDIA : FASHION NOW’. Mathias Ussing Seeberg is the Curator of the Indian fashion exhibition at ARKEN.

 

Note: The first five video clips on this page are all in Danish language, whereas the last one is in English.

 

On 15 August 2012 the Danish press was invited to a meeting at ARKEN Museum of Modern Art about the ‘India Today Copenhagen Tomorrow’ event, and about the two exhibitions at the museum, ‘INDIA : FASHION NOW’, and ‘INDIA : ART NOW’.

These video clips were recorded at ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 15 August 2012 by Mik Aidt. The videos were created with the Socialcam app on iPhone.

 

Christian Gether (Video-clip part 1): Opening speech about India Today
Christian Gether is Director of ARKEN Museum of Modern Art.

There is a problem with the sound in the beginning of this clip.

 

Christian Gether (2): Om INDIA : ART NOW

 

Christian Gehter (3): Om INDIA : FASHION NOW

 

Christian Gether (4): Om India Today

 

Olaf Gerlach-Hansen: On the way to press meeting

Olaf Gerlach-Hansen is Project Manager of the Danish Cultural Institute’s projects under India Today Copenhagen Tomorrow. The video clip was filmed in a bus on the way to ARKEN Museum.

 

 

See more video clips on youtube.com/user/CocreateNow — a communication platform for Indians and Danes who co-create and explore.

Other relevant links:
www.arken.dk
www.indiatoday.dk
www.cocreatenow.org
 

 

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