Traces

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Three Sided Football

100 Years Asger Jorn

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The exhibition Traces – 100 Years Asger Jorn at the Cobra Museum for modern art in Amsterdam marks the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Asger Jorn (1914-1973), with works by Jorn and selected works by his contemporaries. Asger Jorn is known as the artist who invented in 1964 the three sided football match to explain his notion of triolectics, his refinement on the concept of dialectic, as well as to disrupt one’s everyday idea of football . The first world cup of three sided football took place May 2014 in Denmark.

Three Sided Football World Cup in Denmark

Written by Johanna Fröhlich on . Posted in Three Sided Football

The World Cup is an event we truly stand behind, like and support. All the teams from different countries gather together not only to find a winner and to pass the ball to each other but also to find a common, friendly connection over sport.

This laudatory sentences do not refer to the Fifa World Cup that currently takes place in Brazil. It refers to another football World Cup – the Three Sided Football World Cup – that also took place this summer. It is the very first time that a World Cup of this special kind of football was realized. But why is it so special? And why do we like it so much?

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The proud champions Silkeborg KFUM

First World Cup in Three Sided Football

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Three Sided Football

beskaaretOn the occasion of the 100 anniversary of Asger Jorns birthday on March 3rd the International Three Sided Football Federation together with Museum Jorn Silkeborg will be hosting the first World Cup in Three Sided Football ever held – and you are invited to participate. Teams from 8 different European countries will participate in the World Cup tournament taking place Saturday 24th May.

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