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Faculty of Senses


E-mail: info@facultyofsenses.dk
Telephone (Lars): +45 52550030


Faculty of Senses is an organisation researching our sensory apparatus by carrying out art and music productions and organizing workshops and public events in relation to these. The organisation currently counts two members: Lars Kynde and Toshie Takeuchi.


Faculty of Senses wishes to:

-Grow beyond the limitations of its founders and to promote and facilitate the activities of other interdisciplinary like-minded artists.

-bring attention to an artistic field which is not represented sufficiently within the traditional institutions. In doing so it wishes to collaborate with other organizations.


Lars Kynde

Composers of today take on multiple roles besides that of composing music, whether this is as managers, concert organizers, promoters or performers. This is especially the case for Lars Kynde as his esthetics necessitate the use of an extremely broad variety of disciplines: Designing, Crafting, Composing, Staging, Directing, Performing. He operates within an interdisciplinary field between Contemporary Music, Abstract Theatre, Conceptual art and Music Instrument Research and often in collaboration with experts within related fields.

Lars founded Faculty of Senses to make a structural framework for all these activities. But also as a space for sharing inspiration with like-minded profesionals.

Toshie Takeuchi

Toshie Takeuchi is a visual artist, living and working in Copenhagen.

She likes to work with peoples' personal memories and narratives in and around specific sites/places, particularly focuses on unregarded non-famous stories, as a starting point for local reflection on larger territorial/spatial narratives. This is because she wants to participate in expanding potential of these specific sites/places.

By “site/places”, Takeuchi is also interested in psychological inner space as an intangible territory within the boundary of the physical body. The body is considered as a powerful medium for perception and archiving memories. Because of invisible and immaterial quality, the inner territory has a greater potential for expansion than physical object, like a piece of a land. It also knows better method for smoothing hierarchical levels between different categories, different events or different relationships, when the perceptions open wider. Thus, Takeuchi likes seeing the territorial potential of the bodies in the specific sites, where she investigates. The place, the boundary and the body work together and are, in her opinion, inextricably linked to creating change in common understanding.

Her researches and field-works often resulted in a form of film, photography and performance.