COPENHAGEN Distortion | 1-5 June 2016 Distortion, a party-culture festival in Copenhagen that attracts DJs from across the globe, sees the city's streets overwhelmed with thousands of revellers over its five-day span. Free street parties take place each day in a different district of the city (imagine impromptu crowd surfing, cooking, singing, live DJing and street-food aplenty). By night, clubs, record labels, magazines and party venues all host ticketed events.
2009 | UN Copenhagen Climate Change conference, has released an advertising campaign featuring spliced portraits collated by photographer John Clang. Print advertisements and a stop motion short film convey the message: “6.8 billion people. One Voice."
Living in boxes II by Kent Mathiesen, via 500px - I don't know why, but I find this image of a Copenhagen building endlessly fascinating. Perhaps it is the juxtaposition of the skewed and distorted windows against the precise, perfect rectilinearity of the more conservative windows. It is almost as if they were having a debate on the merits of experimentation and doing your own thing, regardless of what anybody thinks.