Onur Agbaba & Lukas Racky
Onur Agbaba currently studies Applied Theater Studies at Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen, Germany. In Springsemester 2017, he did his Erasmus at the Danish National School of Performing Arts (Dance&Choreography) in Copenhagen. He has worked as a production manager, assistant director and drama teacher.  Member of Leipziger Tanztheater 2012-2014. During that time and since, he has worked with different choreographers and artists like Heike Hennig, Mathilde Monnier, Eleanor Bauer and Marina Abramovic.

Lukas Racky, born 1989 in Germany, has a degree in Dance & Choreography from the Danish National School of Performing Arts and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He comes from a background in acrobatics and parkour and later found contemporary dance which he considers a link between the movement practices he has encountered so far. He graduated with the project “Young Emerging Artist” which deals with the challenges that young artists are facing in a humorous way and turns them into performance. Part of the Marina Abramovic retrospective at Louisiana museum and performing in the theatre installation “SAVN – En hyldest til sorgen” of Danish artist duo CoreAct.

Yusuf Alin
Student in Tårnby Gymnasium. Youth basketball coach and instructor in Falcon and Børnebasketfonden, activities coordinator in Hele Vejen Rundt and a track athlete in Amager Atletik club.

Ingelise Andersen
Local politician from Tårnby

Live Art for Børn – Live Art
Live Art was founded in 2004 in Copenhagen to promote the discussion, documentation and development of live art in Denmark. The organisation is equally inspired by the imaginative and entertaining English Live Art tradition as by the theoretical and political German theatre tradition. We have organised 10 large international festivals of Live Art for kids and adults since 2004, and over 40 discussion events, books, video series, symposia and more in the field of live art, performance art, art criticism and documentation.

Dirk Cieslak – Vierte Welt, Berlin
Studied social science at Universität Bremen and London School of Economics. 1989 founding of the actors group LUBRICAT. Works at Kampnagel Hamburg, Volksbühne, Theater am Halleschen Ufer. 1996 Co-Founder of Sophiensaele Berlin. Further works in Shanghai, Lagos/Nigeria, Buenos Aires (Mutation Project). 2010 founding Vierte Welt in Berlin, where he develops an artistic practice for a theatre after the project. He worked in regular city theatres like Schauspiel Leipzig (Braune Kohle), Schauspiel Magdeburg (Hamlet in Magdeburg) and Jena (Rucken 04 und Zornige Menschen#2/Speak Easy). Last works a.o. Im Toten Winkel #1 bis #4 (since 2013), State of exeption, six tries about hospitality (after Navid Kermani), nominated for Friedrich Luft Preis 2014/15, Der Block 2/Tehran (2015), Checkpoint 16 (2016). His works are continuously funded by the Berliner Senat, Hauptstadtkulturfonds and Fonds Darstellende Künste.

Julie Dyhr
Music student at Kulturzonen & citizen of Tårnby.

Hubert Franz
Citizen of Tårnby.

Morten Goll
Citizen of Tårnby.

Sarah Günther – Pneuma Szöv, Budapest
Sarah is a free director, performance artist and free pedagogue living between Budapest and Germany. She works at the crossroad of performing arts, visual arts and art mediation. Sarah is co-founder and artistic leader of the international Budapest based artists’ community Pneuma Szöv. (2008) and co-founder of the German performance collective Mobile Albania (2010).

Mikela Elleby Jørgesen
Musician and young citizen of Tårnby.

Jens Lauridsen – Tårnby Bibliotek
Chief Librarian, head of department for Culture and Leisure in Tårnby. Master Degree in cultural planning from RUC. Born 1956. Living in Sundby Øster on Amager.

Andreas Liebmann – AndreasLiebmann
Director, writer and performing artist, born in Switzerland. After 18 years of working and living in Berlin, moved to Denmark. Andreas teaches at Den Danske Scenekunstskole (DDSKS) and has collaborated in Copenhagen with the theatre S/H. Andreas’ basic interest in performance arts is its capacity to bring people together in the same physical space and share artistic and social experiences. In a performance art space poetry, entertainment and democratic exchange should happen and mirror each other.

Einer Lyduch
Municipal councilor for Socialdemokratiet, in the Culture and Leisure Committee, chairman of Tårnby Supply, founder and chairman of PUGAD NGO development projects. Works primarily for the green conversion to a sustainable society and for culture at the center, and against tax havens and the rising inequality. Support the culture and get free and happy citizens, each time.

Frants Nielsen
Member of the local council for the Venstre, in the culture and leisure committee amongst other. Interested in a bit of eac, works politically, especially with culture, leisure, building and housing policy. In civilian life director of architectural firm Dorte Mandrup – and enjoying life with his base in Vestamager, together with Jana, two daughters, a schnauzer and a tomcat.

Martin Hofmann Nielsen
Young citizen of Tårnby.

Jan-Philip Possmann – Zeitraumexit Mannheim
studied Theater- and Political-Sciences at Freie Universität Berlin. As a dramaturg, producer and curator, worked with international artists like Rimini Protokoll, Patrick Wengenroth, Kötter/Seidel and repeatedly with David Weber-Krebs. From 2005 to 2007 he curated and directed the international performance festival Plateaux at Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt/Main. 2007/2008 house dramaturg of Sophiensaele, Berlin. Between 2007 and 2013 festival dramaturg of Internationale Schillertage and house dramaturge at Nationaltheater Mannheim. Since 2010 he has cooperated intensely with zeitraumexit as a freelance curator and dramaturge, becoming artistic and managing director in 2017.

Josefina Proppe
Young citizen of Tårnby.

Oliver Fjeldsted Rasmussen
Young citizen of Tårnby.

Students from The Danish National School of Arts – DDSKS
Anna Balslev, Instruction
Laura Kirstine Løwe, Scenography
Jonas Kroglund, Realization
Rasmus Øllegaard Juncker, Sound
Marcus Philippe Gustafsson, Light
Mads Vinther Nielsen, Musical
Line Nørholt Kjeldsen, Acting
Østen Borre Simonsen, Acting
Haesam Jakir, Acting
Lucia Vinde Dirchsen, Acting
Sonja Ferdinand, Dramatic Writing

Biljana Tanurovska – Lokomotiva Skopje
Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski is a cultural worker, manager and curator, part of the independent art/culture scene in Macedonia. She is executive director and co-founder of LOKOMOTIVA – Centre for New Initiatives in the Arts and Culture, and co-founder of NOMAD Dance Academy (NDA).

The Team behind Tårnby Torv Festival
Andreas Liebmann – Artistic Director
Signe Allerup – Production
Kir Qvortrup – Coordinator
Manon Duquesnay – Project assistant
Karin Bergmann – Assistant
Onur Agbaba
Lukas Racky

Special Thanks to:
Ekko og Oona
Anton Fleckenstein Andersen
Tom Høeg
Jens Lauridsen
Erling Larsen
Lotte Løvholm
Iben Lyngdam-Petersen
Pernille Madsen
Jacob Smedegaard Andreasen
Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt
Sophie Seiss
all of the citizens of Tårnby and all others who contributed to the project