Jeremy Corbell in Copenhagen in 2017

Investigative film-maker Jeremy Corbell will be the keynote speaker at Exopolitics Denmark's conference on September 16th 2017 at The National Museum in Copenhagen. He will also screen his new documentary: Patient Seventeen.

Furthermore, the Danish photographers Sara Galbiati, Tobias Selnæs Markussen, and Peter Helles Eriksen will talk about their work with UFO enthusiasts in the US. They are the authors of Phenomena.
The three photographers have worked closely with Corbell during their
travels in the US. They have all collaborated with journalist George Knapp
Ticket sale will open on this website in May/June. Visit Jeremy Corbell's website.

Download preliminary program (in Danish): Version 4.

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From Corbell's website:

JEREMY KENYON LOCKYER CORBELL is an American contemporary artist and investigative filmmaker based in Los Angeles California.

Corbell documents ExtraOrdinary individuals and their belief systems. This research has taken him into the worlds of nanotechnology, aerospace exploration, exotic propulsion systems, as well as, an in-depth examination into the life and discoveries of the enigmatic “Godfather of Conspiracy” John Lear. Corbell has documented the surgical removal of alleged Off-World Alien Implants, and with access to NASA, he has filmed the analysis of anomalous materials alleged to be physical evidence of extraterrestrial nano-technology from UFO landing sites.  Corbell has obtained death-bed confessions from former CIA and government intelligence officials, who claim to expose the truth about the UFO reality and the worldwide coverup of the ultimate truth. Corbell’s film work reveals how ideas, held by credible individuals, can alter the way we experience reality and force us to reconsider the fabric of our own beliefs.

Weaponize your curiosity  - Jeremy Corbell

Independent Copenhagen based photographers, Sara Brincher Galbiati (1981), Peter Helles Eriksen (1984) and Tobias Selnaes Markussen (1982) formed an artistic collective in 2015, with the aim of following their shared inspiration in documenting issues founded on theories or first-person accounts, rather than solid fact. Using anthropologic methods when compiling their complex materials, the artists maintain a non-judgemental narrative throughout their projects.

Their first solo exhibition in 2016 at Rencontres d'Arles coincided with the publication of a companion book (André Frère Editions). They were nominated for Prix de la Photo Madame Figaro and are in the collection of Musée Réattu.

What makes the UFO Phenomena? Is it a commercially profitable story, a delusion with social consequences, a religious myth or an actual physical phenomenon?

The project Phenomena examines the human need for faith through extensive research and collected data on the modern myth of ETs and UFOs. It strives to achieve an understanding of this modern aspect of humanity's eternal search for substance and enormous fear of meaninglessness.

During an investigative journey through the states of Nevada, New Mexico, and Arizona, Tobias Selnaes Markussen, Sara Galbiati, and Peter Helles Eriksen have documented an alternative religion—a religion where neither God nor mankind is at the centre of the universe.

In this book the three photographers present their empirically collected material. They encourage the reader to take a critical look at their research, because the complexity of the subject and constant flow of changing information mean that the pieces can be combined in infinite ways.

Using an anthropological approach, the group have aimed to collect as much documentation as possible and have maintained a non-judgmental attitude when interviewing their informants. The group believes this approach maximises the chances of excavating something that eventually could lead to a new understanding.