Tag: Björn Säfsten

Regionteater Väst

Regionteater Väst is a producer of the performing arts for young audiences. Our aim is to provide them with the kind of performing art which puts their own voices first. No matter where they live, where they are from or who they are, all children should have the opportunity to experience professional art. Regionteater Väst …

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Nordic Activities at CINARS 2014

Use CINARS to explore Nordic performing arts! We have gathered Nordic events that will take place at CINARS in Montréal 17 – 23 November 2014. We hope you will find it useful. You will find information about MADE IN the web at the Locobangnordberg Booth 322. All the booths and their participating companies/organisations are listed …

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Nordberg Movement

NORDBERG MOVEMENT

 works with a select group of independent choreographers and choreographic projects in Sweden. Through co-operations and co-productions the main aim is to strengthen the position of the artform in relation to public space, audience encounters and modes of production. We also work with domestic and international co-production projects, touring and pedagogical endeavours. Nordberg …

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Skånes Dansteater

the feeling of going photographer: Malin Arnesson DOUBLEtake photographer: Jeffery Richt And To Dust You Shall Return photographer: Malin Arnesson Svart. Blå photographer: Malin Arnesson Sånger från en inställd skilsmässa photographer: Jeffrey Richt the feeling of going photographer: Malin Arnesson Since its start 1995, Skånes Dansteater has created relevant and engaging performances, from grand scale …

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Björn Säfsten

Fictional Copies photographer: Björn Säfsten Lecture Performance Introduction photographer: Idiots Björn Säfsten is a Swedish choreographer based in Stockholm. He created his first work “The adaption” in 2006 and has since continued to create choreographic concepts in various contexts, through Säfsten Production and through commissions. Focusing on the examination of movement as an ambivalent language …

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