Spectator responses on The Venus Labyrinth in Copenhagen, March 2012
"Today was the first day of the rest of my life."
Spectator responses on Seek to Seek in Vordingborg and Copenhagen, August and September 2010, English
”Seek to Seek is one of the best experinces I have ever had, wow. It was so intens, like I steped into another world, the actors world. It's a MUST! I love it. I really want to see it again. Thumbs up to the actors and Nullo :)"
Spectator responses on The Venus Labyrinth in Aarhus, June 2010, English
"Thank you… It was beautiful, very sensual, subtle and thoughtful. I felt like breathing for the first time, felt like being lost and found again and again… The simplicity, the gentleness, the calmness put a spell on me. Quit remarkable experience."
Spectator responses on The Venus Labyrinth in Vordingborg, August 2009, English
"Thanks all, for the uniq feelings, the sorrow, happyness, joy – a journey through my mind and being a woman. For the way you make me feel, for the color in my face. Thanks for the stories with in and outside."
Organizer responses on The Venus Labyrinth, Glasgow, July 2010, English
Reviews of CMMN SNS PRJCT in international media.
“A brilliant work, which proves that todays political performance does not need a pointing finger.”
Reviews of Buchettino in Denmark, august-november 2011
"I think it will be the best performance in the world"
Kristine Amalie Linnet, Sjaellandske
Reviews of Seek to Seek in Vordingborg and Copenhagen, August-September 2010
"The theatergoer is “working” so to speak. All with the aim of re-discovering the lost core of humanity."
Jakob Steen Olsen, Berlingske Tidende
Reviews of The Venus Labyrinth in Glasgow, July 2010, English
"The remarkable “installation-performance” work The Venus Labyrinth… is a brilliant example of a developing genre one might call "the theatre of intimacy". Clever, humane, astonishing in its capacity to provoke intensely personal thoughts and feelings, The Venus Labyrinth is the kind of work which gives performance art a good name."
Mark Brown, Sunday Herald