05/03 / 18:00 / ungdom/unge voksne / Pilotscenen, Kloden teater
“The way out is the way in” is a visceral experience through movement, rhythm, and sound.
The performance explores the rhythmic patterns and repetitions created by the dancer’s movement, as well as the sound produced by their bodies.
The body takes the lead in creating sound and music through physical movement. Exploring how the body’s singular, instinctive and inherent musicality can create a soundtrack for itself.
The sound of the movements is captured, translated, and manipulated live by two DJs and music producers.
Traveling through rhythmical patterns, repetitions, and bodily sounds, the dancers and the crowd are brought to an auditive and/or physical trance.
«I put out what is inside to receive and give space for new input. The input is perceived and felt, interrogated, or maybe just followed intuitively. The more output comes, it pours, like drops creating a rhythm, the pauses between, time. Time as a strategy and a need to be out of time, and to have time. That time is endless. Here I can feel you under my skin. I feel me and us together. And music is what holds us for that. Out of time, in time.» – Choreographers’ notes
Co-creators and performers:
Tuva Godnes Iversen
Composition and live music:
Light design: Eirik Lie Hegre
Costume design: Amanda B. Vesthardt
Artistic guidance: Mia Habib
Bojana Cveijc, Janne-Camilla Lyster
Voice work: Marius Holt
Photo: Sanghoon Lee
Forestillingen er den avsluttende prosessen til Christine Nypans MA i koreografi fra Kunsthøyskolen i Oslo. Visningen er et samarbeide mellom Kloden teater og Christine Nypan.