CARNE VALE is an experiment and an exhibition experience that investigates the cultural, social, ethical and political implications of the early carnival through daily performances and film screenings. It is developed around the essay, “No Man is an Island, Entire of Itself” by the exhibition’s curator Mille Højerslev Nielsen, which addresses the spectacle of early carnivals


Participating artists include Ella Joyce Buckley (US), Mikkel Carl (DK), Steven Day (US), Gerard Faroux (FR), Ingen Frygt (DK), Rebecca Goyette (US), Madeleine Kate (DK), Mathias Kryger (DK), Dominika Ksel (PL), Piero Passacantando (IT), Laurent Pernel (FR), Risa Puno (US), SCRIMPY (US), Jessica Stoller (US), Peter Voss-Knude (DK), Alexandria Wailes (US), and former and current Flux Artists-in-Residence Constantin Hartenstein (DE), Anne Duk Hee Jordan (DE), Christine Laquet (FR), Anastasios Logothesis (GR/SE), Stéphane Pauvret (FR), Theodoros Zafeiropoulos (GR).