Relating Games | June
Relating Games are playful experiences that let you explore interpersonal connections in a fun and light way. All games are easy to pick up, and offer a unique way of getting to know others and yourself. The games invite you to listen and reflect, to share your emotional state, and to become self-aware within the connections.
During the event we will set time aside both for playing and exploring, and reflecting on the experiences we are having. As much as playing is fun, the emotional experiences we are having are real, and we want to make sure to give both elements during the event enough attention. We will play for roughly 3 hours and then invite for a more casual hangout afterwards.
No previous knowledge or experience is required, which makes them a great start for anyone new to authentic relating.
Regular Ticket: 75 DKK
Bring a Friend Ticket: 100 DKK | Buy one ticket and bring one friend for free!
If you have troubles paying for a ticket but would like to come anyways, please send me a message and we will figure something out.
Please bring comfortable clothes as some games will require you to move.
We follow government regulations and recommendations around COVID-19 and do our best not to further the spread of the virus. We ask you to do the same:
- Please do not show up to events if you have symptoms of covid-19.
- You are required to have a valid corona-passport to participate in our events (for most people this means being vaccinated or being tested within 72 hours of the workshop you are going to).
- There is a test center in Fælledparken, close to Relational Spaces, where it is possible to be quick tested.
About the Facilitators
Thibault is a theatre maker, game and ritual designer, and has worked within the art context over 10 years in various cities over Europe. In 2020 they launched “Liminal“, an agency for ritual and ceremonies that creates rituals for communities and individuals. //ofwastelands.de
Nina Lund Westerdahl works magic in the field of critical urban practice and playful arts. An architect by training, she realizes collaborative, cross-disciplinary projects, taking on roles as artist, scenographer, graphic designer, or curator. //ninawesterdahl.com