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ICE HOT: As If Nothing Has Been Spinning Around For Something To Remember, 10. desember

ICE HOT: As If Nothing Has Been Spinning Around For Something To Remember,
10. desember

Spilles: ons. 10. des. 2014

WITH AS IF nothing has been spinning around for something to remember, the Norwegian choreographer Heine Avdal and the Japanese choreographer Yukiko Shinozaki are creating a new production for larger stages. This creation for 6 dancers brews upon the grounds of their 2012 creation “nothing’s for something” and develops its best components further. Starting out from the theatre space as an empty non-space. We search for how a place can become fluid, how it can mutate, or separate into different parts. When a given situation transforms, how do new possibilities develop and open up for other dimensions? How can the presence of space be divided and shifted into the presence of objects and bodies?

WITH AS IF nothing has been spinning around for something to remember, the Norwegian choreographer Heine Avdal and the Japanese choreographer Yukiko Shinozaki are creating a new production for larger stages. This creation for 6 dancers brews upon the grounds of their 2012 creation “nothing’s for something” and develops its best components further. Starting out from the theatre space as an empty non-space. We search for how a place can become fluid, how it can mutate, or separate into different parts. When a given situation transforms, how do new possibilities develop and open up for other dimensions? How can the presence of space be divided and shifted into the presence of objects and bodies?

AS IF  nothing has been spinning around for something to remember, is about these transitions from one ‘state of being’ to the other, where objects melt into bodies, drawings fade into sound, and sound vibrate into new material forms of creatures.

AVDAL & SHINOZAKI’S work focuses on the distribution of space, questioning how spatial conventions affect the way we experience and move through private/public spaces. Through slight shifts, or manipulations they search for unexpected intersections between different components of a space.

HEINE AVDAL studied dance, choreography and video at the Oslo National College of the Arts in Norway and at P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels.

YUKIKO SHINOZAKI studied classical ballet in Tokyo, and studied contemporary dance and psychology at Portland State University.

Det er dessverre ikke billetter for salg til denne forestillingen i denne omgang, men forestillingen blir satt opp ordinært den 27. og 28. februar 2015. 

CONCEPT/DIRECTION Heine Avdal, Yukiko Shinozaki
CREATED & PERFORMED BY Ingrid Haakstad, Matias Rønningen, Orfee Schuijt, Oleg Soulimenko, Mirva Väänänen, Ondrej Vidlar
SOUND DESIGN / ELECTRONICS Fabrice Moinet, Johann Loiseau
LIGHT DESIGN / TECHNICAL DIRECTION Hans Meijer
DRAWING / GRAPHICS Brynjar Åbel Bandlien, Christelle Fillod
CHOREOGRAPHIC ASSISTANT Taka Shamoto
COSTUMES Anne-Catherine Kunz
ELECTRONIC ASSISTANT
 Matthieu Virot
TECHNICAL SUPPORT Culture Crew
PRODUCTION Heine Avdal, fieldworks vzw
CO-PRODUCTION Dansens Hus Oslo, STUK (Leuven) in collaboration with: WP Zimmer (Antwerp)
SUPPORTED BY Norsk Kulturråd, Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie

DURATION 80 minutes

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