The past few weeks have been a jumble of thoughts and things and music and art. I’ve officially passed the halfway point of my time in Copenhagen, which does something to the psyche. Now everything I do mushes together like the epic amounts of oatmeal I’ve been consuming. On top of that I’ve moved to a different apartment, and on top of that there’s our second intern exhibition coming up this Friday, and on top of that I should probably be doing more with the few remaining weekends I have left in Europe.
This weekend was nice. I saw the Danish band Ice Cream Cathedral at Lille VEGA with two friends, and have now discovered the space pop genre, for better or for worse. It took a little bit of re-adjustment since I had never heard ICC’s music before, but by the end of the set I really enjoyed their enthusiasm for darkness and space sounds, and overall hard rocking.
On Friday, the Hotel took a trip to the Helsingør Maritime Museum. The architecture is kind of ingenious – the museum is built into an existing dry dock where boats used to be built and repaired.