Seidlers SENSORIUM has existed since 2009 producing performances and workshops for children and youngsters in collaboration with art and cultural institutions. In 2013 Seidlers Sensorium started to make public-engaging performances. Grow Forest! (Danish Voks skoV) is the most recent project, a two hours performance hike in the woods with the possibility of an additional four days workshop.

Behavioral Biology and Human Biology is at the center for public-engaging performances and art projects for young students and children. Factual knowledge frames the work with lyrical texts, video, installations and visual art. The educational team consists a variety of skills; performers, puppeteers, performers, historians, forest rangers, biologists and video artist. The projects take place and are realized in collaboration with Nature centers, Zoological gardens, Museums and Art centers.

Artworks from Museum collections can also frame a workshops theme. The art works are worked with performatively with objects, sculpture painting, installation and video.

Interns from design schools and the like are welcome to contact us for an internship in set design, communications and video production. Please send request on mail.

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c/o Fabrikken for Kunst og Design
Sundholmsvej 46
2300 Copenhagen S
VAT. nr. 27016774 - Marika Seidler

Organizer: Marika Seidler
26 24 71 91

Feel free to contact us about an artistic collaboration

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Collaborative partners

Børnekulturprojekter Gentofte Municipality  
Raadvad Forestcenter    
Boserupgaard Forestcenter    
Roskilde Municipality
Nikolaj Kunsthal  
Zoological Garden Copenhagen
Medicinsk Museion    
J.F. Willumsens Museum 
Åben skole Copenhagen Municipality 
Åben skole Roskilde Municipality
Kulturboost Copenhagen Municipality 
Factory for Art and Design
Brandts Art Center Odense 
Skovgaards Museum Viborg 
Stevens Municipality
Odense Municipality
Tingbjerg Library 
Tingbjerg school
All Librarys in Copenhagen Municipality