MIT

ROSALIND GOLDBERG

w ANNE-MAREIKE HESS & CAMILLA VATNE BARRATT-DUE

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MIT

ROSALIND GOLDBERG

w ANNE-MAREIKE HESS & CAMILLA VATNE BARRATT-DUE

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MIT rör sig i en fiktiv värld.

MIT formar, dansar, klättrar, tumlar, störtar och slåss.

MIT är konstgjord. Genom sina aktioner blir MIT verklig.

Utgångspunkten för MIT är koreografen Rosalind Goldbergs intresse att fiktionalisera beteende som ett sätt att tänka bortom den kropp vi känner till. Det centrala temat i MIT är att rekonstruera upplevelsen av kropp genom att tänka på vad den kan göra, vad den är kapabel till och vad den kan bli. Det handlar bokstavligen om ett återskapande av kropp.

MIT var 2014 nominerad till Prix Jardin d’ Europe.

Efter föreställningen spelar Anders Olofson skivor och vi serverar vegetarisk plockmat. För de som vill prata konst leder Johan Forsman ett samtal med Rosalind Goldberg kl 21.

Koncept och koreografi: Rosalind Goldberg
Medskapare och performer: Anne-Mareike Hess
Komposition: Camilla Vatne Barratt-Due
Kostym: Alexander Krantz
Dramaturgisk rådgivning: Sandra Lolax
Fältinspelningar: Cato Langnes
Foto: Anders Lindén

Samproduktion: Weld
Med stöd av:HZT – Inter-University Center for Dance Berlin, NPN National Performance Network

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Rosalind Goldberg graduated from HZT – Inter – University Center for Dance Berlin October 2014. She is born in Norway, raised in Sweden and based in Berlin and in Stockholm where she is working within several collaborations as well as alone.

Rosalind is interested in the notion of practice as a way to construct different logic systems through which bodies could function. Since 2009 she is co-produced by the venue WELD in Stockholm where she lately developed and presented the projects Fake Somatic Practice and MIT. With her work MIT she was invited to Impulstanz Festival in Vienna and nominated to the price Prix Jardin d’ Europe. In 2014 she worked with deufert&plischke in the project Niemandszeit and started a new production with Sandra Lolax and Stina Nyberg, with whom she has been collaborating since 2008.

As a dancer and performer Rosalind has worked with, among others, Ingri Fiksdal, Anne-Mareike Hess and Mårten Spångberg. She is a co-founder of the organization BLINK where she curates workshops and lecture series.

Anne-Mareike Hess
 is a dancer and choreographer educated in music and dance at the HfMDK in Frankfurt/Main, and at the HZT – Inter – University Center for Dance Berlin.

As a performer Anne-Mareike Hess has been working a.o. with William Forsythe (Human Writes), Eeva Muilu, Rosalind Goldberg, Zeina Hanna and Miriam Horwitz. 
She has worked as an assistant for several choreographers and as a dramaturge for Marina Tenorio. Anne-Mareike‘s own choreographies have been performed at different festivals in Europe and Canada. In 2008 Anne-Mareike was part of the international exchange project “Dance Roads” and was invited to the Festival “Repérages” in Lille (FR). In 2010 the production Never-ending up north was co-produced at the National Theatre (TNL) of Luxembourg. In 2012 the work I believe that we are having a dialogue, a collaboration with Sandra Lolax, has been touring through Scandinavia and Europe. Currently she is preparing her new production, which will premier in autumn 2014.  Anne-Mareike is part of the artist duo Horwitz & Hess.

Last year Anne-Mareike Hess co-curated the block Dancing Plague at Skogen.

Camilla V. Barratt-Due (b 1984,Norway) is a musician and composer developing music within acoustic and electronic environments. With a background in classical accordion she is closely connected to music-performance whether or not she uses the accordion itself, or other constructs to develop sound material.

As a composer for dance, recent productions include collaborations with Rosalind Goldberg (NO), Ingri Fiksdal (NO), Stephanie Schober Dance Company (UK), Esther Wrobel (DK) and HerStay (NO).  In her own work she engages with physical parameters that is conditioning processes of music-making, and was last year invited to the Bergen international festival to show a performance for voice and a generative heart-rate measurement-device, while biking.

During the last years she has performed on festivals and venues in Europe such as Oslo International theatre-festival, Nordic Music Days (DK), Reykjavik Dance Festival, Young Nordic Music Days (NO), Artaud Forum 2 (UK, Brunel University), Athenas Art-Festival, TAZ#10 (BE) London Opera House (UK) Blac Box (NO), Weld (SW) and the Radial System in Berlin.

DJ: Anders Olofson reflekterar och improviserar ofta utifrån kulturyttringar så som radio, film, litteratur och musik i konceptuella ljudprojekt. Här undersöker han mediets inneboende möjligheter i ett experimenterande som resulterar i komplexa verk där gränserna mellan ljud, oljud och musik mister sin betydelse och där nya referensramar kan skapas.

The showing at Skogen is kindly supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) International Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.

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