Olof will talk about some of the good and bad points of this year’s Berlin biennale, and end the review with a session of self-criticism.
Olof Olsson makes spoken performances, like lectures, speeches, comedy, talk-shows, and question-and-answer sessions.
Olof is the product of the emerging 1960s charter tourism, his Dutch mother and Swedish father met in Mallorca. In his youth Olof made experiments in journalism, photography, and as a radio dj. Having studied languages, philosophy, and translation theory, Olof finally ended up in art school. After 15 years of attempts as a ‘conceptual’ artist, Olof started performing in 2007.