- 01.05 > 16.05.2021
Is dance a language ? And if so, how does it speak ? This piece explores the compatibility between dance and language, using rhetoric devices as compositional tools. With the stage as page, the choreographic writing unfolds a physical discourse with its own syntax, grammar and vocabulary. But what conditions these dance utterances ? And what does it mean to read dance ? In other words, if we are not seeking meaning, how do we sense the making of sense when watching this dance ?
With wits, charm and sophistication Ingrid Berger Myhre’s relativizing take on “dance” as we know it, comes together in unpretentious and humorous performances. In her new performance In other words, she continues her play with the capacities and shortcomings of language — using it as a scaffold for dance as poetic expression.
Choreography : Ingrid Berger Myhre in collaboration with Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld, Chloe Chignell and Thomas Bîrzan | Performed by : Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld, Chloe Chignell, Thomas Bîrzan and Ingrid Berger Myhre | In conversation with : Bojana Cveji | Sound design : Lasse Passage | Light design : Dominique Pollet | Scenography : Edwin Kolpa | Costumes : Min Li | Funded by : Arts Council Norway, Fond for Lyd og Bilde | Co-production : BUDA Kortrijk (BE), Black Box Teater (NO), SPRING Festival (NL), MDT Stockholm (SE), Regional Arena for Samtidsdans (NO), Dansateliers Rotterdam (NL) Supported by P.A.R.T.S. Research Studios ’17-’18.