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Tow with the Flow
Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen

2018 onwards

Various Locations

Image: Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen & ART 2030, Tow with the Flow, National Gallery of Denmark, 2018. Photo: LEES Foto © ART 2030. Courtesy of the artist.

Together with ART 2030, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen has created a largescale performance project incorporating Goals 4, 8, 10 and 12.


Performing with custom-made uniforms created by the sustainable Scandinavian design studio sur le chemin, the artwork casts a critical light on the globalized textile industry.


Presented at several venues around the world, Tow with the Flow is an ever evolving work. By continuously working with new groups of young people, the project transcends borders and social backgrounds for a common cause: creating awareness about alternative modes of consumption for a more sustainable future.


Since its inagural performance at Roskilde Festival's Art & Activism program in July 2018, Tow with the Flow has shown also at the National Gallery of Denmark (SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst) in Copenhagen September, 2018; during ART 2030 New York in collaboration with New Design High School in September 2018; and most recently in Austin, Texas as part of the Roskilde x SXSW Program, March 2019; at ECC's Personal Structures in Venice, May 2019; at Heartland Festival, May 2019; and at Folkemødet in Bornholm, June 2019 - in collaboration with Bornholms Kunstmuseum and supported by the New Carlsberg Foundation (Ny Carslbergfondet).

ART 2030 New York: Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen & ART 2030, Tow with the Flow, New Design High School, New York, 2018. Partners of the 2018 edition of ART 2030 New York are Hempel Foundation, Code Art Fair, and World Climate Ltd. Video by Specta Film/ Kulør Film © ART 2030. Courtesy of the artist.

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Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen & ART 2030, Tow with the Flow, New Design High School, New York, 2018. Photography by LEES Foto © ART 2030. Courtesy of the artist.

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Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen & ART 2030, Tow with the Flow, Roskilde Festival, 2018. Photography by LEES Foto © ART 2030. Courtesy of the artist.

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Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen & ART 2030, Tow with the Flow, Gefion High School, Copenhagen, 2018. Photography by Pil Christoffersen © ART 2030. Courtesy of the artist.

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen & ART 2030, Tow with the Flow, Gefion High School, Copenhagen, 2018. Videography by Pil Christoffersen © ART 2030. Courtesy of the artist.

Artist Bio

Photography by Bjarte Björkum. Courtesy of the artist.

Working primarily through performance, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (b. 1970, Manilla) utilizes her medium to explore issues such as historical heritage, identity, gender and socio-cultural roles.


Currently also Associate Professor in Performance and Time-based Art in Bergen Academy of Art and Design (Norway), Cuenca has shown extensively, including The Danish Pavilion in the 54th Venice Biennale (IT), Tate Modern (UK), Performa 09 (USA), and Brooklyn Museum (USA).

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