Lene Markussen & Martina Raponi ‘The Farm after the Feminist Ecological Revolution’

17 Feb 2024
Sound Art Lab Lene Markusen

Screening of the video “The Farm after the Feminist Ecological Revolution” (Germany/Italy 2022, 16 min), followed by a talk with visual artist Lene Markusen and artist/experimenter Martina Raponi, moderated by Jacob Eriksen, director of Sound Art Lab. Here Lene and Martina will also give insights into their latest video project “Travelling Hands”, which they currently have been working on at Sound Art Lab.

Lene Markusen is a visual artist and filmmaker. Her work weighs in on historical discontinuities and spatial disparities, activating the catalytic and micro-utopian moments of performance and storytelling. She received the Villa Romana Prize in 2021. Her films and video installations have been screened and exhibited internationally, most recently at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Kunstverein Braunschweig, Center for Contemporary Art Glasgow and Moscow Museum of Modern Art among others. She is a co-founder of the interdisciplinary collective Field Narratives, an artistic research platform for rural biographies, transgenerational and cross-continental storytelling.


Martina Raponi is a writer and artist, researching noise and complexity through writing, expanded reality experiences, sound performances, and collaborative rhizomatic workshop formats. She is founder of noiserr, an interdisciplinary reading and listening group, co-founder of Ansible Institute, a transitory speculative fiction laboratory, and member of NRU (Noise Research Union) with artists and philosophers Sonia de Jager, Cecile Malaspina, Mattin, Miguel Prado, and Inigo Wilkins. She is the author of “Strategie del Rumore. Interferenze tra Arte, Filosofia e Underground” (Auditorium, 2015), and is now working on her second book, “Psofotopias”. Martina is theory tutor at WdKA’s Honours Programme, and PhD candidate at ASCA, UvA, researching the Acoustemology of the Unheard.


Location: Sound Art Lab, Peter Bangs Vej 17B, 7600 Struer.

Time: February 17, 2024, 20:00

The event is free and everyone is welcome!