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Managing Discomfort
22 February — 19 April 2024
A massive performance program
 presented by Toaster & Live Art Danmark
Husets Teater, Halmtorvet 9B
1700 Copenhagen V, Denmark
https://toastercph.dk/program/?lang=en
Around the bar in the basement of the theatre, short 'performances for VR' by Kira O'Reilly, Seimi Nørregaard and Molly Haslund are displayed – and can be viewed before, after and between the staged performances featured in the programme. 
Performers in Haslund's Virtual Walz are Ida Østman, Mikkel Galløe, Aspasia Balta, Maria Theresa Leth Clante, Mette Riises, and Molly Haslund.

Flower Drop. Introducing Molly Haslund
Monograph by RSS Press
303 pages, four essays, richly illustrated, English language
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SMK National Gallery of Denmark (Copenhagen) 
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O–Overgaden (Copenhagen, Denmark)
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Wanås Konst Sculpture Park (Sweden)
https://www.wanaskonst.se

Beam Editions (UK)
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RSS Press
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Infinite 2023

Uendelig [Infinite] was performed for the first time by Molly Haslund and her co-performer Oliver Maarup at the opening of First There Is a Mountain Wadden Tide 2023 on August 31st. They repeated Uendelig on September the 10th, 17th, 24th, and on October 1st - all dates 2pm at the beach by Blåvandshuk, Denmark Each performance was accompanied by people who came to walk together. After Molly Haslund and Oliver Maarup marked the 100 metre long and 40 metre wide infinity sign on the beach, everyone who had been watching from the dunes was invited down to the beach to walk around and around the "infinity path" for as long or short a time as they wished.

Knee-Deep 2023

Knee-Deep, a sculpture for VEGA Skola Haaninge, Stockholm, Sweden by artist Molly Haslund and architect Aspasia Balta.Commissioned in 2021, inaugurated in 2023.

Flower Drop. Introducing Molly Haslund (monograph)

Flower Drop. Introducing Molly Haslund offers an unprecedented overview of the practice of one of Denmark’s leading contemporary artists. The book presents a selection of Haslund’s work produced over the last two decades, tracking the development of her signature conceptual and material approach to both the extraordinary and the everyday.